This case involves a child care provider who dealt with young children. The daycare provider was associated with a series of youth groups in an urban area. During the day, children were free to go to a number of “stations” where different equipment and activities were provided. Occasionally, children wandered outside of the building where the daycare was located. Two weeks prior to the incident in question, a child had wandered outside of the facility and had been assaulted. Despite the assault, no extra precautionary measures were put in place. Two weeks later, a second assault occurred, and the child sustained serious injuries which required a five-month hospital stay. A child welfare expert was sought for this case.