Child abuse and neglect : national maltreatment data and statestatutes
Virginia Rhodes (Editor)
All 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Territories have child abuse and neglect reporting laws that mandate certain professionals and institutions to report suspected maltreatment to a child protective services (CPS) agency. Most states recognize four major types of maltreatment: neglect, physical abuse, psychological maltreatment, and sexual abuse. Although any of the forms of child maltreatment may be found separately, they can occur in combination. This book provides data collected on child maltreatment from2013; and discusses statutes identifying persons who are required to
eBook, English, 2015
Nova Science Publishers, New York, 2015
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CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT: NATIONAL MALTREATMENT DATA AND STATE STATUTES; CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT: NATIONAL MALTREATMENT DATA AND STATE STATUTES; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Child Maltreatment 2013; Summary; Overview; What Is the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS)?; How Are the Data Used?; What Data Are Collected?; Where Are the Data Available?; How Many Allegations of Maltreatment Were Reported and Received an Investigation or Assessment for Abuse and Neglect?; Who Reported Child Maltreatment?; Who Were the ChildVictims? States' Statutes (Unique Count of Child Victims)Child Victim Demographics (Unique Count of Child Victims); Maltreatment Types (Unique Count of Child Victims and Duplicate Count of Maltreatment Types); Risk Factors (Unique Count of Children); Perpetrator Relationship (Unique Count of Child Victims and Duplicate Count of Relationships); Federal Standards and Performance Measures (Unique Count of Child Victims); Exhibit and Table Notes; General; Table 3-1 Children Who Received an Investigation or AlternativeResponse, 2009-2013. Table 2-3 Report Sources, 2009-2013Table 2-4 CAPTA Performance Measure: Response Time in Hours, 2009-2013; Table 2-5 Child Protective Services Workforce, 2013; Table 2-6 Child Protective Services Caseload, 2013; Section 3: Children; Alternative Response; Unique and Duplicate Counts; Children Who Received an Investigation or Alternative Response (Unique Count of Children); Children Who Received an Investigation or Alternative Response by Disposition (Duplicate Count of Children); Number of Child Victims (Unique Count of ChildVictims); Policy Discussions: Victimization Rates by. Table 3-2 Children Who Received an Investigation or Alternative Response by Disposition, 2013Table 3-3 Child Victims, 2009-2013; Table 3-4 Victimization Rates by States' Statutes, 2009-2013; Table 3-5 Victims by Age, 2013; Table 3-6 Victims by Sex, 2013; Table 3-7 Victims by Race and Ethnicity, 2013; Table 3-8 Maltreatment Types of Victims, 2013; Table 3-9 Maltreatment Types of Victims, 2009-2013; Table 3-10 Children with a Financial Problem Caregiver Risk Factor, 2013; Table 3-11 Children with a Public AssistanceCaregiver Risk Factor, 2013. What Were the Most Common Types of Maltreatment?How Many Children Died from Abuse or Neglect?; Who Abused and Neglected Children?; Who Received Services?; Section 1: Introduction; Background of NCANDS; Annual Data Collection Process; NCANDS As a Resource; Structure of the Report; Section 2: Reports; Screening; Investigations and Alternative Responses; Report Sources; CPS Response Time; CPS Workforce and Caseload; Exhibit and Table Notes; General; Table 2-1 Screened-In and Screened-Out Referrals, 2013; Table 2-2Screening Rates by States' Statutes, 2009-2013
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