Defendant was convicted of cruelty to children and he appeals. Held:
2. Defendant contends a Department of Family & Children Services caseworker should not have been permitted to testify that defendant admitted he "switched" the victim because defendant was in jail when the admission was made and the caseworker did not advise him of his Miranda ( Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U. S. 436 (86 SC 1602, 16 LE2d 694)) rights. This contention is without merit. It was not incumbent upon the caseworker to advise defendant of his Miranda rights because she was not a law enforcement officer. R. W. v. State of Ga., 135 Ga. App. 668
, 671 (2) (218 SE2d 674
). See also Grogins v. State, 154 Ga. App. 606 (2)
, 607 (269 SE2d 98
Walker L. Chandler, for appellant.