Failed to Death - Sign the petition holding DFCS accountable

3:17 PM, Nov 14, 2013   |    comments
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There is something wrong with Georgia's Division of Family and Children Services system.

You've heard the story of Emani Moss.  Police say her father and step mother killed her.  Time after time DFCS was told she was in danger, but the system failed. 

In every newscast we promise to expose problems and search for solutions for the state agency to set up to keep children safe. 

And join us for a special 11Alive Dateline this Friday at 8 p.m., "Failed to death".  Watch and see how you can join the fight to save our most vulnerable children.

EXCLUSIVE | Governor Deal sits down with 11Alive and announces big changes to DFCS

We want to hear YOUR stories of dealing with DFCS.  We want to hear both the good and the bad, how the system worked or didn't for you.  Click here to send us an email and share your story. (We will not publicly share or pass it along without contacting you.)

Sign the petition below to hold the agency accountable and encourage a change in the system to protect children from harm.

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