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Child Care Facility Regulatory Violations

 
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The Mississippi State Department of Health conducts inspections of licensed child care facilities at least twice a year to assure compliance with state regulations.

Listed below are violations found during recent inspections that may endanger children in these facilities, including failure to maintain the minimum staff to child ratio, leaving children unattended, failure to conduct a background check, and lack of CPR/first aid training.

Inspection and violation reports

You can find recent inspection history and violations for any facility by using our on-line childcare database.

Older reports

For a detailed report on any facility, please make a request in writing using our public records request form.

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  • Smith's Learning Center, Meridian  10/9/2018
    Children left unattended
  • God's Creation Learning Center, Verona  11/1/2018
    Children left unattended
  • Little Eagles 2 Wees and Tots, Booneville  10/22/2018
    Failure to maintain minimum staff to child ratio
  • Brickfire Project Youth Development, Starkville  10/30/2018
    Failure to conduct staff background check
  • Shiny Star Learning Center, McComb  10/18/2018
    Failure to maintain minimum staff to child ratio
    Failure to conduct staff background check
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Last reviewed on Mar 26, 2018
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