Chiba prefecture to strengthen function of child consultation center for girls abused death case 5:11 on January 25
One year ago, in a case where a fourth grader girl died in Noda City, Chiba Prefecture after being abused, Chiba Prefecture decided to use a third party Has decided to embark on new measures, such as evaluating the status of operations.
In January of last year, a fourth grader girl died in Noda City, Chiba Prefecture, and his father was charged with injuries and death, and a first trial is scheduled for next month.
In this case, we summarized new measures to strengthen the function of the Child Guidance Center, which was pointed out to be inappropriate, such as lifting temporary protection for girls.
Specifically, in order to improve the quality of operation of the Child Guidance Center, a third-party audit committee has been established to introduce a system for external evaluation.
In addition, we aim to increase the number of chronically inadequate staff by about 260 by now, and plan to increase about 110 of them in the new year.
In addition, we plan to introduce a public smartphone so that staff can hold meetings and respond during business trips in case of emergency.
Chiba Prefecture is making final adjustments to include about 510 million yen in the budget for the new fiscal year as the necessary cost for such measures.