The general public has no idea the volume of child protective cases we get in a month's time.
This restructure plan, hopefully, is not an effort to simply save money. Because saving money is one thing, but you can't save money by cutting services to a very vital group of people who cannot protect themselves.
The investigation is still continuing. We believe this child met its death from a traumatic experience.
I'm not sure who messed that up. Obviously we're very fortunate to have been able to actually be pointed in the direction of child pornography. So, if UPS gets the credit, so be it.
Obviously someone of his caliber, we'd be interested in what he could give back to the community as opposed to fines or jail time. Now with his Florida problems, we certainly have no interest in him speaking to anyone (as part of community service). We're simply looking to get a conviction.
It causes case workers to be less efficient, it causes them to be not as thorough, and it places children at risk.
This was a good break for our community and the ability to reach further beyond our community -- and where this stuff was going and where it was coming from -- is obviously something we're all interested in in law enforcement.