They also investigate all cases involving children as victims and subjects, of the ages 11 and under, where the criminal intent cannot be proven.
The SVB Clearinghouse (SVBCH) collects intelligence and crime information from participating law enforcement agencies within the South Florida area and enters it into a common database.
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The Department of Children and Families (DCF) Squad investigates all of the DCF's reports submitted to the SVB in which an allegation of sexual misconduct was reported or is suspected to be occurring and/or has occurred within the Miami-Dade County.
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