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This might be the saddest CPS story I have ever told. Considering how many tragedies we've seen over the years with Child Protective Services, that's really saying something.
Case file on Za' Naya Flores. The CPS SWAT team in Pima County picked up Za' Naya's case on Dec. 12, 2011, exactly one month before she died.
Child Protective Services had a backlog of nearly 10,000 unfinished cases by the time it kicked off its SWAT program to respond to the overload.
Joy Spencer-Austin was supposed to be the last line of defense for at-risk kids in troubled homes.
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