Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Director Hank Whitman testifies at a public hearing at the Capitol in July. Conceding it’s “unacceptable” that tens of thousands of children at risk of abuse and neglect haven’t had a timely visit from Child Protective Services, Whitman is asking permission to promptly hire 550 new front-line workers.
Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Director Hank Whitman testifies at a public hearing at the Capitol in July. Conceding it’s “unacceptable” that tens of thousands of children at risk of abuse and neglect haven’t had a timely visit from Child Protective Services, Whitman is asking permission to promptly hire 550 new front-line workers. Jay Janner Austin American-Statesman
Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Director Hank Whitman testifies at a public hearing at the Capitol in July. Conceding it’s “unacceptable” that tens of thousands of children at risk of abuse and neglect haven’t had a timely visit from Child Protective Services, Whitman is asking permission to promptly hire 550 new front-line workers. Jay Janner Austin American-Statesman