ACS Lawyer In Brooklyn Announces Dismissal of OCFS Case
NYC ACS Lawyer Michael S. Discioarro Discusses Latest dismissal of acs case against client.
By: Law Offices of Michael Discioarro
The client was accused of child abuse by ACS without a shred of evidence. Once the case was processed, ACS dismissed the charges. "This is a clear example of how dysfunctional ACS is. We are happy for our client," Mr. Discioarro said. OCFS is not familiar to mane residents of New York, but it is a large and powerful agency with hundreds of millions of dollars at its disposal. Here is how they describe themselves.
OCFS is dedicated to improving the integration of services for New York's children, youth, families and vulnerable populations;
OCFS is responsible for programs and services involving foster care, adoption and adoption assistance, child protective services including operating the Statewide Central Register for Child Abuse and Maltreatment, preventive services for children and families, services for pregnant adolescents, and protective programs for vulnerable adults. OCFS is also responsible for the functions performed by the State Commission for the Blind and coordinates state government response to the needs of Native Americans on reservations and in communities.
The agency provides oversight and monitoring of regulated child care (family day care, group family day care, school-age child care and day care centers outside of NYC), legally exempt child care, child care subsidies, child care resource and referrals, and the Advantage After School Program, and also provides services and programs for infants, toddler, pre-schoolers, and school-age children and their families.
The agency is responsible for all elements of the state's juvenile justice programs, transformation of the juvenile justice system, administering and managing residential facilities, and one reception center program for juvenile delinquents and juvenile offenders placed in the custody of the OCFS Commissioner.
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