Florida Department of Children and Families
Florida Confirms Abuse Allegations Against Some Foster Parents
The child welfare agency in Florida is changing how it responds to allegations of abuse against foster caregivers, following a news investigation in March.
At Least One Big State Would Consider the Trump IV-E Block Grant
As Youth Services Insider reported last week, the Trump administration presented a fiscal 2019 budget that offered full flexibility of child welfare funds to any state willing to take a capped allocation, also known as a block grant.
‘Perpetrator’ Networks Key to Predicting Child Abuse
In the race to dominate the child abuse prediction market, the world’s largest data analytics firm has its eye on what it calls “perpetrator” networks. SAS, with a global workforce of 14,000 and $3.16 billion in revenue in 2015, delivered Florida’s Department of Children and Families a lengthy technical report in August of last year.