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QU POLIS: Court 101
October 17, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Court 101 is an introduction to the child welfare system and the intersection between the judicial process and the child welfare system. The three presenters will do a joint power point presentation and take questions.
Lecturers: Shari Robesky is the DCFS Quincy field Office Placement Supervisor. She has a Masters in Social Worker and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Shari has held this position in DCFS for 4.5 years. Prior to that, she was a Child Protection Supervisor in the same office. She has 28 years of experience as a social worker with 19 years in child welfare specifically. Jamie Friye is an Assistant State’s Attorney with the Adams Co. State’s Attorney ‘s Office. She is the juvenile and mental health prosecutor and is responsible for all juvenile abuse, neglect, and delinquency proceedings in Adams Co. She also handles involuntary commitment petitions and will be the lead prosecutor for the upcoming Mental Health Court. Danielle Woodyard is the CASA Manager at the Advocacy Network for Children. She supervises five CASA counties: Adams, Pike, Hancock, Morgan, and McDonough. Danielle has been with the agency for three and a half years.
Class will be held in the North Campus North Cafeteria
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