Child-Welfare Workers Take Lessons from Police

Child-welfare workers in Illinois take lessons from law enforcement officers for new ideas on how to search for the nearly 400 children missing from the state's foster care system. The new venture aims to train social workers to think like detectives. Many of the missing children have run away or have been abducted by family members. Hear Jay Field of Chicago Public Radio.



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