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Children's Justice Act
The Children’s Justice Act focuses on improving the handling of child maltreatment cases. Children’s Justice Act grant funds strengthen the investigation and prosecution of child abuse cases, reduce trauma to child abuse victims and promote interagency collaboration.
In Minnesota, Children’s Justice Act funds are used to:
The Minnesota Children’s Justice Act Task Force includes individuals from disciplines involved in county and tribe child protection and court systems. The Task Force meets four times a year.
The mission of the task force is to:
Task force members are committed to ensuring that maltreated children are not re-victimized by the systems designed to protect them.
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