Daniel Heimpel

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Every day, 40 infants are reported to be victims of abuse or neglect in Los Angeles County. Twenty thousand kids are in foster care — all too often a road to prison.

LA's New Child Protection Czar

Every day, 40 infants are reported to be victims of abuse or neglect in Los Angeles County. Twenty thousand kids are in foster care — all too often a road to prison.

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