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Thu., 11:48am: Ohio introduces central child abuse hotline

January 31, 2013

COLUMBUS -- Ohio residents who suspect child abuse or neglect can now make an anonymous report using a central toll-free telephone number....

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Jan-31-13 1:53 PM

Great news as there are many children who will benefit from this system. We have a lot of abuse and neglect going on in our area that needs attention.

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Jan-31-13 7:17 PM

Excellent Idea, its about time a resource can be accessed so easy for anybody.

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Jan-31-13 10:01 PM

Use this resource people, USE IT! this is one of the easiest ways to make a difference in the lives of children that are being hurt, neglected and mistreated.

It is so easy to call, even when you just suspect a problem.

Please do your best to make sure there are no more murdered, raped, or abused children in our state.

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Feb-01-13 7:06 AM

Anything to help children is needed !! The problem is still with investigation and enforcement of laws and complaints that already exist !! The phone hotline is still directed to the county of the complaint. Investigators should not be making several attempts to check a complaint ! One attempt ! If no response,return with law enforcement to get answer to questions. Honest people may be offended but will comply. Our children deserve more that notes left that investigators plan to return !

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