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(F) The PCSA shall complete the JFS 01400, 01402, 01419, or 01423 regarding the family of the alleged child victim/child subject of the report. For the purpose of completing the JFS 01400, 01402, 01419, or 01423 family includes all of the following individuals, as applicable: (1) Alleged child victim/child subject of the report. (2) Siblings of the alleged child victim/child subject of the report, including step or half siblings residing in the home. (3) Parent, guardian, custodian or caretaker residing in the home of the alleged child victim/child subject of the report. (4) Paramour of the custodial parent, guardian, custodian or caretaker residing in the home. (5) Children of the paramour residing in the home. (6) Other children residing in the home of whom the parent, guardian, custodian or caretaker has custody or guardianship. (7) A related or unrelated adult residing in the home having routine responsibility for care of the alleged child victim/child subject of the report and siblings.

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Trumbull County
02-01-2019 (11:12am)
As per the CAPMIS Evaluation, the risk assessment could be enhanced by differentiating indicators of risk from correlates of risk. The six indicators of risk would be existing risk assessment items that require some clinical judgment and the correlates of risk would be an enhanced subset of three items, one of which could be auto-completed by SACWIS. Some existing risk assessment items could even be dropped.
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