The role of law enforcement in child welfare checks.
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Police welfare checks of residences without a warrant generally are permissible if police officers have reasonable grounds to believe an inhabitant inside a residence is in imminent danger.
Sanchez, Carly and Pollack, Daniel. (January 2020). The role of law enforcement in child welfare checks.Los Angeles Lawyer 10-12.
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