Security has been stepped up at a Camden office building where a state child welfare worker was stabbed earlier this week, but state officials are not talking about it.
The head of a union that represents caseworkers says she has been told Human Services Department police are now working at the building. But Communications Workers of America area director Hetty Rosenstein did not know what the plans were going forward.
She said previously that police officers that had worked from the office were removed after Friday as part of reorganization.
A spokesman for the Children and Families Department did not return messages Tuesday or early Wednesday.
Caseworker Leah Coleman was stabbed on Monday.
Thirty-year-old Taisha Edwards has been charged with attempted murder and other offenses.