Weeks after Josh Powell killed his children during a supervised visit by a social worker, representatives with Mesa County's Child Protection Services say their policies will not change.
You may remember a few weekends ago, a CPS worker in Seattle was shut out of Powell home before local police say Josh killed his two children with a hatchet and then committed suicide by blowing the house up.
Sometimes, incidents in other parts of the country expose flaws elsewhere. But, Mesa County officials say there is no need to change their policies because they don't see too many home visits.
"The supervised visits with the family members, and sometimes the children are present - those typically happen outside of the home here at the Department of Human Services," Karen Martsolf explained. "[They're usually] in one of our rooms and typically with one or two case managers."
There were also questions about 911 dispatch in the Powell case. But, Grand Junction police say they will also change nothing as a result.
Police say their officers and dispatchers are trained to have good situational awareness and be attentive to anything unusual.