Explore outcomes from research looking at child maltreatment referral sources by profession.
Explore trends in child abuse and neglect investigations of infants due to reports from medical professionals.
Learn from an analysis that evaluated the accuracy of decisions of a central hotline to screen in or screen out reports that come in.
Understand how the COVID-19 shutdown resulted in limited surveillance without compromising child safety in New York City.
Explore how analyzing hotline data can inform and improve practice, aid in prevention efforts, and connect families to resources.
ideas42 outlines strategies from behavioral science for reducing stressors on child welfare staff.
Findings from a study show alternative response assignments for child neglect differ based on a family’s race and income level.
Learn findings from a study that examined how state-level policies can impact the number of child maltreatment reports and substantiations.
Learn how maltreatment reports to the hotline changed during COVID-19, and how families can be better supported at a community level.
David Sanders discusses how child protection agencies and providers can move upstream to provide proactive support for families.