Dan Scott

LA County Sheriff's Dept Special Victims Bureau

Guest

Worked for 26 years with the LA County Sheriff's Dept Special Victims Bureau; he has investigated or supervised thousands of criminal cases of child abuse

Dan Scott on KCRW

For decades, there have been horror stories about kids under the supervision of LA County.

Child Protection: "A State of Emergency"

For decades, there have been horror stories about kids under the supervision of LA County.

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