NYC Ups Child Abuse Efforts In the wake of the headline-grabbing death of Nixzmary Brown, the city decided to hire retired cops to work with child protection case workers. We talk with program participants about their efforts.
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NYC Ups Child Abuse Efforts

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NYC Ups Child Abuse Efforts

NYC Ups Child Abuse Efforts

NYC Ups Child Abuse Efforts

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In the wake of the headline-grabbing death of Nixzmary Brown, New York City has decided to hire retired cops to work with child protection case workers. We talk with program participants about their efforts.