Connecticut General Statutes 17a-149 - Licensing of child-placing agencies. Limit on commissioner's ability to inspect
Connecticut General Statutes > Title 17a > Chapter 319a > § 17a-149 - Licensing of child-placing agencies. Limit on commissioner's ability to inspect
Current as of: 2009
No person or entity except a parent, an adult relative as specified by section 17b-75 or guardian of any child shall place a child without a license obtained from the Commissioner of Children and Families. Application for a child-placing license shall be in a form furnished by the commissioner, and shall state the location of the principal place of business of the applicant, its organization or corporate name, its purposes and the name, title and degree of professional training of each of its staff members engaged in carrying out its stated purposes. Any such applicant shall consent to such inspection, review and supervision of all acts in relation to child placing as are reasonably necessary to enable the commissioner to perform his duties under section 17a-151. The provisions of this section with regard to the commissioner's authority to inspect, review and supervise all acts in relation to child placing under section 17a-151 shall be limited to inspection, review and supervision of the applicant under this section and shall not include inspection, review or supervision of the homes in which a child is placed.
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