Monday, March 26, 2007

Child Enforcement Agency Works With Pizzerias To Show Deadbeat Parents On Pizza Boxes

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CINCINNATI -- Customers at some suburban Cincinnati pizza parlors are getting something extra with their pepperoni and mushrooms.

The Butler County Child Enforcement Agency is working with three pizzerias to add wanted posters of parents accused of skipping out on child support on pizza boxes.

The idea came to the agency's director while she was ordering a pizza. She said it suddenly dawned on her that most people running from the law don't eat out, they order pizza.

It's just one of the innovative ways agencies are trying to get past-due parents to pay up. In California's Kern County, officials can auction parents' vehicles and give the proceeds to the children. Virginia subpoenas cell-phone records from service providers.

Other Ohio counties include similar fliers in water and sewer bills. An attorney who specializes in fathers' rights has criticized the fliers, saying it could hurt children to see their parent on a "wanted-style" poster.

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