Child Protection Ombudsman
The Office of Child Protection Ombudsman (OCPO) was established by the Utah State Legislature to help the Department of Human Services (DHS) resolve concerns about the protection of children who are receiving services from the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS).
The purpose of OCPO is to receive and investigate complaints to ensure that proper services are provided by DCFS.Learn more here
On Site Presentation
If your agency is interested in learning more about OCPO, you may request an on-site training visit. OCPO will gladly arrange a one-hour training session for you and your staff. The training will include information about:
- The role and authority of OCPO
- What happens when you file a complaint
- The OCPO investigative process
How Do I?
Office of Child Protection Ombudsman195 North 1950 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Phone: (801) 538-4589
Toll-free (800) 868-6413