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County workers criticize child protection computer system


November 2, 2018

DENVER (AP) — Problems with Colorado's $25.3 million overhaul of its child protection computer system are putting children at risk and the state is not acting urgently enough to fix it, county workers said.

Members of the Colorado Human Services Directors Association told state officials in an Oct. 19 letter that problems with the system "are crippling our work."

The letter said the system, which was rolled out in late July, crashes repeatedly and does not accurately assess and record the level of danger children face, The Denver Post reported Thursday.

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