The federal monitor overseeing improvements at the Jersey Division of Child Protection and Permanency, which used to be DYFS, has issued a new report that finds progress is being made - but there are still big problems.
Sometimes the best laid plans don't work out quite the way you planned. Take the case of the Camden child that got stuck in a washing machine. The father was playing prank on the child but the boy wound up getting stuck inside the active machine.
Yesterday we told you about a federal monitor report showing that while progress was being made in New Jersey's child welfare system, more could be done. Today, a state DYFS worker has been accused of child endangerment.
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