The Child Protection and Public Safety Act: Streamlining the Georgia Juvenile Code

Written by Rachel Aliza Elovitz

Originally introduced during the 2009 Georgia General Assembly as Senate Bill 292, The Child Protection and Public Safety Act (“the Act”), after further scrutiny and alteration, was introduced during the 2011 Georgia General Assembly by Senator Bill Hamrick (as SB 127) and by Representative Wendell Willard (as HB 641).

The Act is meant to modernize, reorganize, and streamline a 40-year-old Juvenile Code, the body of law that regulates the manner in which the ...

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