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CPS Staff Cited for Helping Families Amid Pandemic—And Other Times

Posted 6/11/20

As millions of New Yorkers shifted to working from home because of the state shutdown orders, Child Protective Specialists continued visiting families across the city to help them obtain critical resources such as food and shelter.

Their efforts were celebrated during Child Protective Specialist Appreciation Week, which was launched by Administration for Children’s Services Commissioner David Hansell in 2018 to honor the work 2,000 CPS staff do to investigate more than 60,000 reports of child abuse or neglect each year.

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