2020 Georgia Code
Title 49 - Social Services
Chapter 5 - Programs and Protection for Children and Youth
- Article 1 - Children and Youth Services
- Article 2 - Child Abuse Records
- Article 3 - Employees' Records Checks for Child Welfare Agencies
- Article 4 - Emergency Protection of Children in Certain Institutions
- Article 5 - Records Checks for Persons Supervising Children
- Article 6 - Programs and Protection for Children
- Article 7 - Registration of Organizations Providing Services to Runaway and Homeless Youth
- Article 8 - Central Child Abuse Registry
- Article 9 - Family Preservation and Child Protection
- Article 10 - Children and Adolescents With Severe Emotional Problems
- Article 11 - Child Care Council
- Article 12 - Policy Council for Children and Families
- Article 13 - Peachcare for Kids
- Article 14 - Foster Parents Bill of Rights
- Juvenile justice system, T. 15, C. 11.Editor's notes.
- By resolution (Ga. L. 1986, p. 1204), the General Assembly urged certain public organizations and state agencies to develop programs for the education and training of social services and criminal justice professionals in the areas of child abuse, sexual abuse, and sexual exploitation.Administrative Rules and Regulations.
- Bright from the Start, Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning, Official Compilation of the Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia, Title 591.Law reviews.
- For annual survey of administrative law, see 38 Mercer L. Rev. 17 (1986). For case comment, "Taylor v. Ledbetter: Vindicating the Constitutional Rights of Foster Children to Adequate Care and Protection," see 22 Ga. L. Rev. 1187 (1988).
OPINIONS OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
- Ga. L. 1963, p. 81 et seq. and Ga. L. 1971, p. 709 et seq. (see O.C.G.A. Ch. 5, T. 49 and Ch. 11, T. 15) should be read in pari materia. 1980 Op. Att'y Gen. No. 80-53.
- Tort liability of public authority for failure to remove parentally abused or neglected children from parents' custody, 60 A.L.R.4th 942.