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Petitioning Governor Brian Sandoval and 6 others

Protect Nevada Foster Youth & Mandatory Reporters

 

Nevada foster youth and the adults overseeing them should be protected from medical and child abuse and state/federal statutes that mandate reporting of abuses.

 Mandatory reporters are being targeted for unlawful termination and the abuses reported are being concealed, in this instant, by a nonprofit, Eagle Quest of Nevada, Inc.

 Las Vegas, Child Abuse Hotline, Dept. Family Services and now, the Metro Police Dept (Child Abuse Bureau) have not investigated the allegations. The investigation has shifted from Las Vegas, to Nye Co., back to Las Vegas, and the alleged victims and witness' have not been interviewed. Earlier, OSHA, took over six months to start a discriminatory termination investigation. 

By signing this, we encourage the Governor to ask his cabinet appointee, Terry Johnson, Business and Industry, to conduct a credible investigation and while we applaud the First Lady's agenda to address the mental health and wellbeing of Nevada youth, investigating the systems current failures could be beneficial for youth and mandatory reporters.

 

Letter to
Governor Brian Sandoval
First Lady Kathleen Sandoval
Chief Admin: OSHA Steve Coffield
and 4 others
Board of Director's Eagle Quest of Nevada, Inc.
Director; Business & Industry; OSHA Terry Johnson
OSHA Investigator Mike Ybarra
Operations Manager, Eagle Quest of Nevada, Inc. Dave Doyle




Nevada foster youth and the adults overseeing them should be protected from medical and child abuse and state/federal statutes that mandate reporting of abuses.

Mandatory reporters are being targeted for unlawful termination and the abuses reported are being concealed, in this instant, by a nonprofit, Eagle Quest of Nevada, Inc.

Las Vegas, Child Abuse Hotline, Dept. Family Services and now, the Metro Police Dept (Child Abuse Bureau) have not investigated the allegations. The investigation has shifted from Las Vegas, to Nye Co., back to Las Vegas, and the alleged victims and witness' have not been interviewed. Earlier, OSHA, took over six months to start a discriminatory termination investigation.

By signing this, we encourage the Governor to ask his cabinet appointee, Terry Johnson, Business and Industry, to conduct a credible investigation and while we applaud the First Lady's agenda to address the mental health and wellbeing of Nevada youth, investigating the systems current failures could be beneficial for youth and mandatory reporters.