Learn about findings from a study that explores the effect that four social policies and programs can have on child poverty.
Learn about findings from a study that examines the outcomes related to having higher standards of proof for substantiation.
Learn from a study that explores how making reports to CPS may lead to over-surveillance and trauma for families.
Review findings from an article describing how child removal decisions are based on inconsistent standards and practices among states.
Learn findings from a study that describes the relationship between police contact with families and the reporting of child maltreatment.
Explore findings from a study that looked at medical examiner data to conclude that true rates of fatal child abuse may be underreported.
Explore ways that agencies can implement the principles of safety science in order to encourage a workplace culture of safety and trust.
Explore findings from a report that outlines why a consistent and coordinated approach to child fatality data is necessary.
Learn from a study that examines the relationship between nonfatal maltreatment allegations and child fatalities in young children.
Learn from a research study that explores whether state-level social policies impact frequency and characteristics of child protection interventions.