The social worker will talk with you about the results of the assessment and will let you know if the allegations in the report were substantiated, inconclusive, or unfounded.
Q: What happens to records in an unfounded case? A: If the case is unfounded, the records will be kept in confidence, but will be used to assess other reports or for certain purposes allowed by state law.
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abuse or neglect, and the case was deemed "unfounded." Is their record immediately sealed or expunged? In order to understand how to protect your client, and adequately represent them, an
A report can be "unfounded" or "indicated." When a report is unfounded, it means that the investigative specialist did not find credible evidence that a child was abused or neglect.
The following information was provided by the Blair County District Attorney's Office: The October 1996 incident was classified as "unfounded" by the Blair County CYS office and the file was not retained.