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Senate - Families, Seniors and Veterans Committee Meeting

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Wednesday, February 19, 2020 03:00 pm 1200 BINSFELD

Agenda

** UPDATED for MINUTES AND TESTIMONY ** 

HB 4704, CHILDREN, Protection, Modifies child protection law to require the department to document why an investigation was abbreviated and to allow for an abbreviated checklist. (Crawford, Kathy (R), 06/11/19)

HB 4705, CHILDREN, Protection, Modifies investigation proceedings by department of health and human services receiving a report of child abuse or neglect. (Hall, Matt (R), 06/11/19)

HB 4706, CHILDREN, Protection, Modifies certain procedures for community services investigations. (Schroeder, Andrea K. (R), 06/11/19)

HB 4707, CHILDREN, Protection, Implements oversight authority to develop use of standard child abuse and neglect investigation and interview protocol. (Liberati, Frank (D), 06/11/19)

HB 4708, CHILDREN, Child Care, Expands central registry to include unlicensed child development and care program child care providers. (Meerman, Luke (R), 06/11/19)

HB 4709, CHILDREN, Protection, Includes child protection law reporting requirements to the legislative oversight committees. (LaGrand, David (D), 06/11/19)

An Overview by the Director of the Children’s Ombudsman, Lisa McCormick.

Report

Took Testimony on the Following Bills: 

HB 4704CHILDREN, Protection, Modifies child protection law to require the department to document why an investigation was abbreviated and to allow for an abbreviated checklist. (Crawford, Kathy (R), 06/11/19)

HB 4705CHILDREN, Protection, Modifies investigation proceedings by department of health and human services receiving a report of child abuse or neglect. (Hall, Matt (R), 06/11/19)

HB 4706CHILDREN, Protection, Modifies certain procedures for community services investigations. (Schroeder, Andrea K. (R), 06/11/19)

HB 4707CHILDREN, Protection, Implements oversight authority to develop use of standard child abuse and neglect investigation and interview protocol. (Liberati, Frank (D), 06/11/19)

HB 4708CHILDREN, Child Care, Expands central registry to include unlicensed child development and care program child care providers. (Meerman, Luke (R), 06/11/19)

HB 4709CHILDREN, Protection, Includes child protection law reporting requirements to the legislative oversight committees. (LaGrand, David (D), 06/11/19)

Overview by the Director of the Children’s Ombudsman, Lisa McCormick.

Documents