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Children's Justice Act
The 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. The Children’s Justice Act program focuses particularly on improving the handling of child maltreatment cases.
Representatives from child protection, law enforcement, the courts, mental health professions, and other fields review laws, policies and procedures affecting abused children and make recommendations for needed changes.
In Minnesota, Children’s Justice Act funds are used to:
Children's Justice Initiative, Minnesota Supreme Court
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