November 2, 2010
HARTFORD, Conn.- The head of Connecticut's child welfare agency says she will resign Jan. 4, the end of the Rell administration.
Susan Hamilton, commissioner of the Department of Children and Families since 2007, told agency employees in an e-mail that she will continue to serve children and families in other jobs. She was not specific.
The agency, which handles issues related to child abuse and neglect, was rebuffed in its bid to end federal oversight in September. A federal judge said it failed to make enough progress in improving services to at-risk children.
Hamilton was charged in 2009 with drunken driving but later was accepted into a program that leads to the erasure of such charges. FULL STORY
Isn't that interesting? At the same time, people who were FALSELY ACCUSED of child abuse and put on the registry- can't get their names off. Craig and Wendy Humphries case is supposed to be heard by the US Supreme Court this fall some time.