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Administrative Decisions

Decisions issued by an administrative agency, administrative law judge, or administrative council.

06/22/2018
Anne L. Dale Nialetz

Affirmed - DCF had a reasonable basis for closing the case and terminating services for the young adult Appellant with prior notice accor

06/29/2018
Anne L. Dale Nialetz

Affirmed - DCF had reasonable cause to find neglect where the Appellant Father: (1) exposed children to a highly hostile home environment

06/22/2018
Anne L. Dale Nialetz

Affirmed - DCF had reasonable cause to support an allegation of neglect where: (1) the Appellant Mother exposed the child to a lengthy an

05/25/2018
Anne L. Dale Nialetz

Affirmed - DCF had reasonable cause to support an allegation of neglect where: (1) Appellant Parent's low level of engagement in drug tre

06/26/2018
Antonia Chronis, Esq.

Affirmed - DCF did not act abuse its discretion in determining the appropriate level of care for the child; even though the kinship famil

04/30/2018
Frances I. Wheat, MPA

Affirmed - DCF had reasonable cause to support an allegation of neglect where: (1) the child ran away from the home and the Appellant Gra

06/07/2018
Maura E. Bradford

Affirmed - DCF had reasonable cause to support a 51A report of neglect where the Appellant's ex-husband failed to provide minimally adequ

06/26/2018
Laureen Decas

Affirmed - DCF had reasonable cause to support allegations of neglect where Appellant and father failed to provide adequate emotional sup

06/21/2018
Laureen Decas

Affirmed - DCF had reasonable cause to remove a foster child and revoke the license of the foster home when the Appellant did not disclos

02/02/2018
Anne L. Dale Nialetz

Affirmed in part and reversed in part - DCF had reasonable cause to support allegations of neglect where Appellant’s children were sexual

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