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protection workers, law enforcement training on how to spot initial signs of child abuse

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protection workers, law enforcement training on how to spot initial signs of child abuse

protection workers, law enforcement training on how to spot initial signs of child abuse

Nearly 500 child protection workers, law enforcement officers, judges, attorneys and mental health workers are taking part in a first of its kind training about how to spot initial signs of child abuse and child brain injury.

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