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Summit to tackle increase in child abuse

Brown County sees spike in reports

7:34 AM, Dec. 10, 2012
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As the number of reports of possible abuse approaches 5,000 in Brown County this year, dozens of area professionals will gather on Friday in an effort to address the problem.

More than 60 representatives from area human services agencies, police departments, school districts and other groups have been invited to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay to begin mapping strategy to reduce the spike in reported child-abuse cases.

"It's going to be about what we can do in the area of prevention and early intervention," said county Human Services Director Brian Shoup. ...

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