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BC community care licensing officer program: phase one analysis
Beth LarcombeBen CoulasDeborah RichardsNathan WrightAdam Vaughan
This study explores the nature and quality of JIBC’s Advanced Specialty Certificate in Community Care Licensing (ASCCCL) and more broadly the role of Community Care Licensing Officers (CCLO). CCLO are employed by provincial health authorities and play an important role in protecting vulnerable people. The roles include the following: inspect and monitor private and public facilities for child care, youth residential care, residential group care and long-term care in British Columbia (B.C.); investigate complaints; educate and support licensees; and bring facilities into compliance with the Acts and Regulations that govern them.
Advanced Specialty Certificate in Community Care Licensing (ASCCCL); Community Care Licensing Officers (CCLO); British Columbia; child protection; JIBC
Justice Institute of British Columbia
New Westminster, BC
B.C. Ministry of Health