An Indiana Court of Appeals panel unanimously agrees forensic interviews can be used as testimony and not violate a defendant’s Sixth Amendment rights.
Over 16,000 school buses are back on the streets of Indiana carrying over 1 million young Hoosiers back and forth to school. A variety of bills are in place this school year that lawmakers hope will improve the safety of children’s physical and mental health.
Indiana’s Mandated Reporter law goes beyond what many other states do. Hoosiers should know what their legal obligation to children is.
The Boone Co. CAC has a new name in honor of Sylvia Lester. A young girl whose life has tragically become known as “Indiana’s most terrible crime”.
Ind. Court of Appeals Judge Michael P. Barnes talks about the responsibilities of a community for women, children, and families.
Few people speak with the kind of vantage point Sgt. Christopher Cecil does after 12 years in law enforcement about online safety.