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When can a caregiver be convicted of child endangerment?

ProfessorDanielPollackWhen a caregiver fails to protect a child from being injured he or she may be charged with “child endangerment”.

Common cases of endangering the welfare of a child include for example drunk driving with a child in the car, leaving dangerous weapons nearby a child, leaving a child unattended in a car or domestic violence in front of a child.

In a recent article, “The Legal Contours of Child Endangerment,” published in Policy and Practice, the journal of the American Public Human Services Association, Daniel Pollack, a professor at Yeshiva University’s School of Social in New York City, and a frequent expert witness in child welfare cases explores the legal contours of child endangerment.

The article can be downloaded here

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