ACS Worker Stabbed In Back While Conducting Home Visit In BrooklynPolice said the 52-year-old ACS employee was conducting a home visit when 61-year-old Quanyi Feng stabbed her in the back.
ACS Offers Free Tattoo Removal For Victims Of Gangs, TraffickingThe ACS said the goal is to help young people move on with their lives.
ACS Worker Previously Convicted Of Murder Charged In Alleged Child AssaultA New York City child care worker has been charged with assault in an alleged attack on a 6-year-old child.
ACS Teams Up With Experienced Detectives To Handle High-Risk CasesAbuse and neglect of young children can sometimes result in death. Now, the Administration for Children's Services has a new protocol for handling high-risk cases.
New Head Of Administration For Children's Services Set To Be Named, Sources SayA new head of the much-maligned New York City Administration for Children’s Services is set to be named on Tuesday, sources said Monday.
Mother's Boyfriend Indicted On Murder Charges In Death Of Zymere Perkins, 6A man has been indicted by a grand jury on murder charges in the death his girlfriend’s son – 6-year-old Zymere Perkins – in Harlem last fall.
De Blasio Laments Homelessness Crisis, Worries About Trump Policies For 2017Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday outlined some triumphs and disappointments in 2016, and some worries about what may happen in 2017.
ACS Workers Demand Reform In Wake Of Boys' DeathWorkers for the Administration for Children's Services are speaking out about the recent deaths of two little boys -- six year old Zymere Perkins and three-year-old Jaden Jordan.
3 ACS Employees Fired, Independent Monitor Ordered After Probe Of Zymere Perkins CaseThree New York City Administration of Children and Family Services workers were fired Tuesday after a scathing report on the agency’s handling of the death of a 6-year-old Harlem boy.
With Brooklyn Boy On Life Support, 'Operation Care' Aims To Increase Awareness About Child AbuseBrooklyn's borough president says the educational campaign will explain how to spot signs of abuse or neglect and how to safely report them.
ACS Suspends 4 More Managers Over Death Of Zymere Perkins, 6Four more managers from the Administration of Children’s Services have been suspended in connection with the case of 6-year-old Zymere Perkins.
Comptroller Stringer Launches New Investigation After Harlem Boy's DeathLittle Zymere Perkins died Monday. Prosecutors said this week that a preliminary autopsy showed the boy had several broken ribs, old injuries and was severely malnourished.