Georgia officials are cracking down on child care centers that have been issued safety violations.
The Department of Early Care and Learning says inspectors are especially looking at centers cited for failing to check that children got off buses and vans, for leaving children unattended in cars and not filling out proper paperwork on children.
Since July, officials have issued license revocation notices to eight centers and forced the emergency closure of two others.
177 daycare centers in the state have been cited for transportation violations.
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