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New Law Requires Cross-Reporting Of Child & Animal Abuse

Posted by Sandra On July - 21 - 2011

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State agencies that deal with animal abuse are preparing to share that information with authorities that investigate abuse of spouses and children. On Oct. 1, the law goes into effect that requires animal control officers and social workers with the state Department of Children and Families to share information on cases. “Statistics show us that when an animal is being abused in a household, there is an 80 percent chance that a child in the same household is also being abused. This bill sends a strong message that animal cruelty will be taken seriously in Connecticut,” North Stonington State Rep. Diana Urban, who pushed for the law, said in a written statement.

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http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/Law-Requires-Cross-Reporting-Child-and-Animal-Abuse-125944939.html

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