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Prevention and Protection Services Child Protective Services Reports

Reports Received-SFY18

Statewide, the total number of child reports received is 67,930.
Historical Reports: SFY17  SFY16  SFY15  SFY14  SFY13  SFY12  SFY11  SFY10

 

Reports Assigned-SFY18
Statewide, 56% of child reports are assigned.
Historical Reports: SFY17   SFY16  SFY15  SFY14  SFY13  SFY12  SFY11  SFY10

 

Non Abuse/Neglect Presenting Situations for Assigned Reports-SFY18
Statewide, 79.1% of assigned child reports involve the non-abuse neglect presenting situations without proper control.
Historical Reports: SFY17  SFY16  SFY15  SFY14  SFY13  SFY12  SFY11  SFY10

 

Reports Assigned to Assess Alleged Maltreatment-SFY18
Statewide, the top three maltreatment types involved in assigned child reports are physical abuse (32.6%), lack of supervision (18.3%), and emotional abuse (21.2%).
Historical Reports: SFY17  SFY16  SFY15  SFY14  SFY13  SFY12  SFY11  SFY10

 

Timely Contact with Victim/Family-SFY18
Statewide, SFY17 96.7% of assigned child reports had a timely contact with victim/family.
Historical Reports:  SFY17  SFY16  SFY15  SFY14  SFY13  SFY12  SFY11  SFY10

 

Findings-SFY18
Statewide, 89.5% of child reports assigned for a finding are unsubstantiated. Historical Reports: SFY17  SFY16  SFY15  SFY14  SFY13  SFY12  SFY11  SFY10

 

Recurrence of Maltreatment-SFY18
Statewide, 6.3% of children experience recurrent maltreatment.
A lower percentage is better for this measure.
Historical Reports:  SFY17  SFY16 

 

SFY 1997-2016 Child Protective Services Statewide Service Frequency Table