Date: Monday, January 29, 2018 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Duration: 7 Hours

 SAFETY DECISION MAKING LIVE - January 29th in Alexandria

This course is based upon the American Bar Association publication, “Child Safety: A Guide for Judges and Attorneys” (Guide). Safety planning in the child welfare system is a shared responsibility, but ultimately the court must make critical safety decisions such as whether to remove a child and when to return a child home. Judges rule on these choices every day, but often lack a decision-making structure, which can lead to following agency recommendations without a thorough inquiry. This can lead to an over-removal problem, rubber-stamping agency recommendations without knowing what’s driving the safety decision; or an under-removal problem, leaving children in unsafe conditions, or returning them home prematurely. Pre-registration required. 6 hours CLE/CEU pending.  Lunch included - $25 for full day!! Click for more information or to register.

Application in process - This was previously approved for 6.0 CLE hours. Approved by NASW-LA for 6.0 general hours.

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