Palacio also claimed that not a single case worker currently handles more than 12 cases. A Department of Investigation report found that as recently as fiscal 2015, 28 percent of child protective workers had handled more than a dozen cases at a time. Perkins was the target of at least five prior probes into allegations of child abuse going back to 2010 three of which were confirmed, police sources have said. The substantiated cases were in June and August 2015, and February 2016, according to sources. In April, a school social worker reported bruises and scratches on Zymeres legs, but that case was not substantiated. A separate allegation in June 2010 was also not confirmed by city authorities, sources said. ACS has placed five workers who were involved in Zymeres case on administrative duty pending the result of investigations. In addition to the Manhattan DAs probe, three other city and state investigative bodies have also launched investigations. The reforms announced by Carrion and de Blasio include: Requiring the agency to approve every time a contracted services provider determines that a case should be closed Creating additional oversight of child protective staffers by teams assembled outside their division Providing additional in-house training for dealing with suspected physical abuse The agency is also creating liaisons for each DAs office and will work with the Department of Education on when student absences should trigger investigations. I am devastated by this tragedy.
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