New Jersey to loan cameras to prevent home health care abuse

(AP) - New Jersey is going to loan tiny surveillance cameras to families who suspect a home health aide is abusing a loved one.



Attorney General Christopher Porrino will announce details about the safe care cam program on Thursday in Trenton.



The program is designed to ensure residents who suspect abuse by home health care providers have access to hidden cameras to gather evidence.


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