Administration for Children’s Services
Two former child services workers who were blamed for the death of a starved Brooklyn girl will avoid prison time.
Four children and more than a dozen pets were discovered living in squalor at a Queens apartment this past weekend, police said.
The executive director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center said many gay New Yorkers don’t realize that the city allows them to become foster parents.
The city of New York has launched a partnership with NYU Langone Medical Center and Bellevue Hospital to improve the outcomes for children in the care of city protective services.
Shanel Nadal and Nephra Payne spoke with CBS 2′s Christine Sloan to let the nation know why they kidnapped their eight biological children.
According their lawyer, the parents gave one of the kids a cell phone to keep with them while in foster care and were told to keep it their pockets. The couple accuses ACS of physically and sexually abusing their children.
The attorney for 28-year-old Shanel Nadal and 34-year-old Nephra Payne said they kidnapped their children out of desperation because no one was listening to them.
Jamar Johnson was playing with a Nintendo Wii when he broke the television. That’s when prosecutor’s say his mother hit him hard in the stomach and back.
Police charged 21-year-old Kim Crawford with murder and manslaughter. They said they found her son, Jamar Johnson, unconscious and not breathing at her Bronx home.
The head of New York City’s children’s services agency is vowing to investigate the mauling death of a 4-year-old boy in his Brooklyn home.
Police say 4-year-old Jayelin Graham was mauled Friday night. His mother told police that when she tried to intervene, the dog, a male 100-pound Cane Corso mastiff, turned on her, too.
The changes include strengthening how the ACS monitors agencies contracted to help families deal with problems.
Authorities are investigating whether a 17-month-old boy found unconscious at his Brooklyn foster home was beaten.
NEW YORK (AP) — The city paid almost $11 million to a care provider in charge of monitoring an emaciated 4-year-old girl found dead in her home. A grand jury has been convened to hear […]
NYC’s child welfare agency and outside care providers responsible for monitoring a 4-year-old girl found dead in her home last month are being criminally investigated.