St John's Morning Show | Mar 6, 2013 | 7:03
The stories were shocking,the criticism sharp. Earlier this week, the province's Child and Youth Advocate released reports about three cases that exposed cracks within the child protection system. Carol Chafe said a lack of documentation and sharing of information among caseworkers contributed to situations where children continued to be maltreated, sometimes for years. And Chafe says that hasn't changed. NAPE represents about 500 social workers, many of them frontline workers in child welfare. Anthony speaks with NAPE President Carol Furlong.