An intense scene is described in a recent Omaha police report.
The report reads on May 8th, a sixteen year old boy was asked to get off the phone by a Child Saving Institute's employee. When the boy didn't get off the phone, the report reads the employee allegedly came up and grabbed the boys neck, then slammed him into a wall creating a large hole.
The boy's mother said she was on the phone line at the time and remembers how he looked only a day later.
"I seen him the following night, and he had probably like two or three scratches here on the side of his neck," said Kim, Boy's Mother.
Kim said her son has been with the state for over four years.
We contacted the Child Savings Institute. Part of a statement reads that they will "fully cooperate with investigations of alleged abuse."
During this investigation, the Child Saving Institute policy for any employee under investigation is for them to be removed from their regularly assigned duties.
Police are still investigating. They said the employee has not been cited or arrested.
The boy's mother hopes someone takes action soon. "I would hope that he would get fired, so that nobody else, so this doesn't happen to nobody else, or my son again," said Kim.
Kim said her son has suffered from mental health and anger issues most of his life. She said he was getting a lot of help from the Child Savings Institute, and right now she only blames the employee.