Minimal Facts Interview Cards 2019 Version
The SCNCAC minimal facts interview cards were revised to match information that is in the 2019 statewide Child Abuse Response Protocol. They are 2 sided cards that are available from SCNCAC. You can view a sample in a web viewer and download a PDF by clicking on the image to the left.
The Statewide Child Abuse Protocol Advisory Group consisted of professionals from multiple disciplines and agencies involved in the multidisciplinary team response, investigation and prosecution of child abuse, child neglect, and sexual exploitation in South Carolina. Professionals from all of the core MDT functions served on the Advisory Group representing law enforcement, child protective services, prosecution, medical, mental health, and victim advocacy, together with local CAC staff. In addition to members from the core MDT functions, the advisory group had representation from the Children’s Justice Act Task Force, South Carolina Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers, public school systems, Joint Citizens & Legislative Committee, and Guardian Ad Litem programs.
Members of the Advisory Group also met with the South Carolina Office of the Attorney General, statewide law enforcement organizations, South Carolina Department of Social Services, South Carolina Department of Children’s Advocacy, National Children’s Alliance, and other stakeholders to seek input on the protocol. The Advisory Group is thankful for all organizations and representatives who provided content and/or reviewed material for this protocol project.
After clicking on the protocol or minimal facts card images above, they will open in a web viewer, and you can view in full screen mode and download a PDF version by using the control buttons at the bottom of the web viewer page. You can also use the arrow buttons on your keyboard to advance the pages in the development plan and to see the reverse side of the minimal facts card. The web viewer will work on all devices but if the images are not clear, use the button at the bottom of the viewer to download a PDF version of the document.