Ventura County Child Abuse Central Index Grievance Hearing
When someone has false allegations of child abuse report made against them within Ventura County, a suspected child abuse report is made to the county Human Services Agency. The reports are often made to the county Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline at 805-654-3200. The Ventura County Human Services Agency will determine whether or not the report received from the hotline is urgent and determine when to follow up with the situation.
A social worker with the county Child Welfare Services then makes contact with the parties involved to investigate the incident. When the social worker determines that child abuse was committed, he or she may consult with a supervisor and make a determination as how to proceed. In this scenario, the county may decide to refer the name of the accused for listing to the child abuse registry known as California’s Department of Justice (DOJ) Child Abuse Central Index (CACI).
You must take part in a Grievance Hearing in order to dispute or fight the listing of your name on the CACI. Whether the incident in your case occurred in Simi Valley, Ventura, Oxnard, Camarillo, Moorpark, Fillmore, Ojai, Port Hueneme, Newbury Park, Santa Paula, Thousand Oaks, etc., all CACI hearings in Ventura County are held in the County of Ventura Human Services Agency office at 855 Partridge Drive in Ventura.
On average, one CACI Grievance Hearing is held per month in Ventura County. Nearly half of all Grievance Hearings in Ventura County result in a “substantiated” finding. To increase your chances at winning your Ventura CACI hearing, you should hire an experienced and knowledgeable Child Abuse Central Index Grievance Hearing lawyer.
To speak with me today about your Ventura County CACI Grievance Hearing, call 619-792-1451 or send me an email.