The Office of Inspector General of Nebraska Child Welfare Act does not require the
Inspector General to investigate all complaints. The Inspector General, with input from the Public Counsel, shall prioritize and
select investigations and inquiries that further the intent of the act and assist
in legislative oversight of the Nebraska child welfare system and juvenile justice
system. If the Inspector General determines that he or she will not investigate a complaint,
the Inspector General may recommend to the parties alternative means of resolution
of the issues in the complaint.
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