AN ACT AUTHORIZING A LOCAL DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL SERVICES TO DETERMINE IF A JUVENILE WHO IS ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN ABUSED, NEGLECTED, OR DEPENDENT HAS AN ASSOCIATION WITH THE MILITARY AND TO SHARE THAT INFORMATION WITH THE APPROPRIATE MILITARY AUTHORITIES, WHEN APPLICABLE.
House committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes.
Adds to the proposed changes to GS 7B-302, adding to the findings which must be satisfied prior to disclosure by the department of social services of otherwise confidential information to an appropriate military authority. Now conditions the disclosure upon the director finding evidence that a juvenile has been abused or neglected in addition to the previous required finding that the parent, guardian, custodian, or caretaker of the allegedly abused juvenile has a military affiliation (previously required the department rather than the director to make the finding).
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