OH: Children’s Private Documents Made Public

An investigation continued on Wednesday to determine the person who failed to destroy private documents from a foster care and left them sitting outside near a recycling bin on the north side.

The files contained personal information including medical information, criminal records and details of the children’s troubled past, 10TV’s Andy Hirsch reported.

Arlene Davey, the executive director of Parenthesis Family Advocates, a private, non-profit foster care agency, was shocked when she heard about what happened.

The agency contracted with Franklin County Children Services and has been paid more than $4 million over the past three years.

Davey admitted that the files, some of which included original documents, appeared to come from someone associated with her organization.

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