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Records of D.C.'s abused, elderly and disabled found at risk

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Sensitive information of some of the District's must vulnerable residents, including abused and neglected elderly and disabled citizens, was left in a haphazard and unsecured mess at a city office, the D.C. inspector general has found. The District's Adult Protective Services division is tasked with "investigating reports of abuse, neglect, and exploitation of frail, elderly and disabled...

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