Skip to main content
California Department of Education Logo

Child Care Fraud Indicators, Table 5 of 5


Child care fraud indicators submitted by county departments of social services. 1

Fraud Indicators for Both Parents and Providers Number of Counties Reporting the Indicator
Parent works for provider as assistant
2
Parent grade point average below 2 or no report card
1
Parent or provider incarcerated for more than a weekend
2
Parent discontinued and resumes cash aid
1
Retroactive payment requested without explanation
1
Parent reports mailing address as a Post Office Box
1
Provider completes attendance instead of parent
1
Provider receives cash aid or food stamps
1
Inconsistent transportation info. or lack of license and auto insurance
1

1 These 21 counties responded to the survey. Butte, Colusa, Contra Costa, Glenn, Imperial, Kern, Lake, Los Angeles, Monterey, Orange, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Tulare, Tuolumne, and Yuba counties.

Related pages

.

Questions:   Early Education and Support Division | 916-322-6233
Last Reviewed: Friday, June 19, 2015

Share this Page

Recently Posted in Child Development

  • January 2016 Meeting Materials (added 02-Feb-2016)
    This page contains supplemental materials that were presented at the January 2016 State Advisory Council Meeting.
  • Management Bulletin 16-01 (added 22-Jan-2016)
    Management Bulletin 16-01 informs alternative payment programs and child care providers that they are authorized to use digital signatures.
  • CPIN Evaluation Report 2015 (PDF) (added 12-Jan-2016)
    Evaluation report of California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN) administration, regional professional development, and on-site technical assistance.
  • Child Care Facilities Revolving Loan Fund (updated 11-Jan-2016)
    Program Overview for the Child Care Facilities Revolving Loan Fund program.
  • January 2016 SAC Meeting Agenda (added 04-Jan-2016)
    Agenda for the January 2016 meeting of the California State Advisory Council on Early Learning and Care (SAC).