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									                          COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY
                    Cabinet for Families and Children
                 Department for Community Based Services



TO:        All IV-D Agents                      Information Release #882
           Staff                            Information Memorandum 01-
09
           Division Of Child Support
           Division Of Service Regions
           Child Support Section

FROM:      Dietra Paris
           Commissioner

DATE:      April 25, 2001

SUBJECT: Child Support Most Wanted Poster


Kentucky Revised Statute (KRS) 15.055(3)(b) states: “The Office of
the Attorney General shall distribute to all designees of the cabinet
for the administration of the child support program, a “most wanted”
poster that includes names, and photos if available, of delinquent
obligors whose whereabouts are unknown or unverified, or who if
known, refuse to meet their child support obligations. The poster
shall be posted locally by the designee of the cabinet for the
administration of the child support program in public locations.”

NOTE: Contracting officials are designees of the Cabinet for
Families and Children (CFC) for the administration of the child
support program.

The Child Support Enforcement Commission within the Office of the
Attorney General (OAG) will establish a program to publish and
display a poster or series of posters displaying child support
obligors who are delinquent in payment of support. A delinquent
obligor may be included on the most wanted poster if the case meets
all of the following criteria:

    an open IV-D case exists with a child support obligation payable to
     the Division of Child Support,
    an unsuccessful attempt to verify the obligor’s whereabouts has
     been made by the child support agency within the preceding six
     months,
    the obligor owes an arrearage equal to or greater than $10,000
     established by court order,
    the obligor has not made a payment within the last six months,
    an arrest warrant for the obligor has been issued,
    the obligor is not incarcerated,
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April 25, 2001
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   the obligee has provided written authorization to OAG to display
    the obligor on the poster, and
   the obligor is not known to be a recipient of K-TAP, SSI, and/or
    food stamps.

Each poster will include photographs and information about ten
delinquent obligors whose whereabouts are unknown to the child
support agency. A toll-free telephone number that may be called to
report information regarding the whereabouts of any of the obligors
will be displayed on the poster. The most wanted poster will be
published annually and distributed to all designees of the child
support program.

A custodial parent may contact OAG to submit a name of a delinquent
obligor for inclusion on the most wanted poster. A custodial parent
may submit a name of a delinquent obligor to OAG by accessing the
website, www.kyattorneygeneral.com/childsupport/nominate.htm, and
following the instructions on this webpage. A custodial parent may
also contact Ms. Libby Wilson in OAG’s office at 502/696-5437 to
submit a delinquent obligor’s name for inclusion on the most wanted
poster. OAG will determine if the obligor meets the established
criteria for the most wanted poster by contacting the appropriate
contracting official. If the delinquent obligor meets the
appropriate criteria, he or she may be included on the most wanted
poster by OAG.

								
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