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Child Protection FAQ

How often do CRB's meet?

Each of the boards meet one time per month. A different Citizen Review Board meets every Wednesday of the month.  The review times  times are from 2:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m..  Generally three different families meet with the CRB assigned to them in that time frame.

What is Citizen Review Board?

The office of the Douglas County Citizen Review Boards (CRBs) operates a set of six volunteer boards that review Juvenile Court cases involving children in need of care or juvenile offenders. The boards make recommendations to the juvenile court with the goals of providing safe, permanent homes to endangered children and of reducing recidivism among juvenile offenders.