Responding Ind. officers to be notified of child welfare cases
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - After weeks of reviewing documents and interviewing people tied to the tragic life of 3-year-old Tajanay Bailey, the Department of Child Services released its conclusions late Friday.
James Payne, Director of the Indiana Department of Child Services, says perhaps the most important lesson to be gained from Tajanay's tragic death is when there's a sense of urgency, it needs to be communicated.
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