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* DETROIT (AP) - The home day care lice
care center where 3-year-old Stephine dence A
Belue was killed Tuesday was typi- any pre
cal of the kind of place thousands of facility.
Michigan parents bring their children Indee
every day. one's cf
Officials say there were no incidents seemsi
or serious violations reported at the them to
Detroit residence where Annette Rice, "We
41, operated a licensed day care facil- said He,
ity. Rice and Sherita Griggs, Rice's 22- 15-mont
year-old niece andHf
issistant care giver, H-ow far can w
were shot and criti- our child care
cally wounded in
Tesday's attack. safety bubble?"
Police said yester-
day Stephine was - Sharon Clayto
beaten to death and
not shot as they had President, Michigan's C
said earlier.
Griggs' 4-month-old son, Amari, suf- ters in N
fered a head injury when she dropped of up to
him during the attack. Two other said. Of
children who were in the house were "groupd
unharmed. - mea
Police were searching yesterday for children
the attacker. They said no motive had in addit
been determined but that the attack can han
appeared to be targeted. The F
Attacks on day care centers are ing new
rare, but not unheard of in Michigan ties fort
and around the country. Just this sum- 1973 la
mer, Rob VanBuren was shot to death body pr
by Plymouth Township police after he their ho
forced his way into a church day care rules be
center. No children were hurt. Sinnamc
Jim Sinnamon, director of child day departm
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er child's death

ensing at the Family Indepen-
gency, said he could not recall
evious attack on an in-home
d, for many people, bringing
;hildren to somebody's house
inherently safer than sending
a big day care center.
didn't want a chain day care,"
ather Sherman, who takes her
th-old son Joshua to a home
center in Oakland
e put County's west
in a Bloomfield Town-
ship three times a
week. "I think it's
safer. It's in some-
r Peters body's home."
Michigan has
:hildren 13,863 licensed
home day care cen-
Michigan, with a total capacity
100,000 children, Sinnamon
f those, 3,695 are classified as
day care homes" - like Rice's
fning they can take up to 12
and have a second care giver
ion to the operator. The rest
dle up to six children.
FIA is in the process of adopt-
rules for licensing such facili-
the first time since 1989. The
w mandating licensing for any-
oviding child care services in
me requires that the licensing
reviewed every five years, and
on attributed the delay to his
Went being transferred from

the FIA to a different agency and then
back again.
Sharon Claytor Peters, president of
Michigan's Children, said advocacy
groups like hers have been extremely
concerned about the delay in the review.
"We've been screaming about it," she
said.
Currently, the FIA requires medi-
cal screenings and clearances from law
enforcement and Children's Protective
Services for all adults living in a home
before it gives out licenses, but does not
conduct background checks for assistant
caregivers. Group home operators also
must be trained in first aid and CPR,
and homes are inspected for things like
smoke detectors, fire extinguishers and
emergency plans.
However, there are no educational
requirements for home operators like
there are for program directors at out-
of-home centers. The new rules will
likely require training for all care giv-
ers, Sinnamon said.
Rice's license was renewed Sept. 13,
and an FIA report from a Sept. 1 inspec-
tion cited only minor violations, includ-
ing not enough toys and no records of
fire or tornado drills.
Peters noted that stricter rules or bet-
ter enforcement can't guarantee total
security, adding that the real issue is
violence in the community.
"Centers and homes - but homes in
particular - are parts of communities,"
she said. "How far can we put our child
care in a safety bubble?"

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