Statewide: Training and protecting DCFS investigators
A Department of Children and Family Services caseworker was attacked and killed while on a welfare check this month. It's happened before and that's making state lawmakers take notice of the dangers with the job. We talk with a former investigator who now trains those entering a career in child protection.
And a pastor who lost his wife to COVID-19 tells his story. He had decided against being vaccinated, but has since teamed up with the state to spread the message that the shots save lives.
Those stories and more on Statewide.
* Sean Crawford speaks with Betsy Goulet, Director of the Alliance for Experiential Problem-Based Learning at the University of Illinois Springfield. She's spent more than thirty years in child protection and now trains investigators.