Critical Incident Rapid Response Team (CIRRT)

Section 39.2015(11), Florida Statutes, states the Secretary shall appoint an advisory committee made up of experts in child protection and child welfare, including the Statewide Medical Director for Child Protection under the Department of Health, a representative from the Institute, an expert in organizational management, and an attorney with experience in child welfare, to conduct an independent review of investigative reports from the CIRRTs and to make recommendations to improve policies and practices related to child protection and child welfare services. Further, the advisory committee is required to submit a report to DCF each year by October 1.

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