Department of Juvenile Justice investigators are back on the job this week. All but one of 18 workers suspended in June over unresolved sexual abuse claims are getting new training. The other worker took voluntary retirement.
Georgia's chief Juvenile Justice investigator and 19 other employees are suspended today. Commissioner Avery Niles suspended the workers for not resolving some 20 claims of sexual abuse against detained children. A department spokesman says Niles is taking the allegations seriously.