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Topic - Mindy Good
Metropolitan police officers at the 3rd District station received something extra with their crime alerts and duty assignments during their 7:30 a.m. roll call yesterday — an appeal to adopt a foster child.
The D.C. council is considering an animal-protection bill that also would help protect against child abuse.
"When we have children who come into our care but are residents of other jurisdictions then we need to communicate with our counterparts to get these children home to where they belong," spokeswoman Mindy Good said.
Teenagers also tend to stay in foster care longer, often until they "age-out" when they turn 21, CFSA spokeswoman Mindy Good said.