Drafting Abuse, Neglect, or Dependency Petitions with or without Requests for Nonsecure Custody
Child welfare workers in North Carolina are responsible for assessing a child’s safety and risk of future maltreatment. A key role is identifying when it is necessary to request the nonsecure custody of a child in abuse, neglect, and dependency court. This 90-minute webinar explains what is required to include in and how to file a juvenile petition for nonsecure custody.
(Event Date: 12/6/22)
Gail Carelli, Assistant Attorney General with the NC Department of Justice, Public Health and Child Welfare Section, and Sara DePasquale, Associate Professor of Public Law and Government at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Government.