NBC 6 South Florida ·

Two days after a Miami Herald investigation pointed the finger at the Department of Children and Families for failing hundreds of children, DCF has launched a new campaign aimed at parent's called "Who's Watching Your Child." The investigative series by The Miami Herald found more than 475 cases in a span of six years where a child died after Department of Children and Families had been in contact with the family. In some cases, more than 10 reports about the welfare of the child been logged through an abuse hotline. The new DCF campaign is targeted toward parents who place their children in the care of someone they are not related to.