Lisa Sandberg - Express-News
TYC conservator Richard Nedelkoff said in a statement that he was “appalled” by the report's findings. He said he had been assured that the main problem is that the agency's database does not reflect final dispositions for the 564 cases.
“We're not talking about grievances like the food is too cold,” he said.
He cited a law passed last year requiring him to report “flagrant abuses” to top elected officials.
Though he didn't name any individual at the agency, Harrell went out of his way in his report to defend the agency's inspector general, Bruce Toney. Over the past year, Toney repeatedly raised some of the concerns to agency officials “to no avail,” Harrell said.