State Rep. Hank Vaupel today applauded the launch of a new Child Protective Services mobile application that will better protect families and residents in Livingston County.
The Mobile Investigator application allows Child Protective Services employees to remotely enter contact information for people interviewed during investigations and securely scan and upload documents.
“Mobile applications have changed the way we live daily and this new application will help Livingston County children who may be at risk of harm and danger,” said Vaupel, of Fowlerville. “By simply carrying a phone, the Child Protective Services will have the tools to help protect families in our communities.”
The Mobile Investigator application is currently on a pilot program in five counties including Livingston County. The application will be implemented statewide by February.