Friday, May 03, 2013

Hawkins County Foster Care Concerned About Safety Issues
Metal detectors and sheriff’s deputies have been recognized as security needs while volatile hearings are taking place at the Hawkins County Foster Care Review Board. So a conference room in the Justice Center will now be used to address the concerns. The county commission building committee agreed to reserve the location next to the county court clerk’s office on the courtroom side of the Justice Center for the monthly meetings. The move is meant to better handle cases involving parents with issues like mental health or drug abuse as a way to maintain control. The Justice Center offers the metal detector and deputy protection. (bg)

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