Learn about findings from a study that examines the outcomes related to having higher standards of proof for substantiation.
Presenters at the National Partnership for Child Safety Collaborative describe how safety science has been applied during COVID-19.
Learn how child protection agencies in New Jersey, Oklahoma, and Washington recruit and retain resource families for children in foster care.
Explore effective strategies that child protection agencies can use to recruit and retain traditional and therapeutic resource families.
Learn how Michigan developed performance dashboards to visualize metrics and trends that help inform decision-making.
This brief shares a framework for developing performance dashboards that include key measures to support decision-making.
Learn about strategies child protection agencies can pursue as they move through a consent decree litigation process.
Explore ways that agencies can implement the principles of safety science in order to encourage a workplace culture of safety and trust.
Learn from the experiences of child welfare agency leaders who are applying the principles of safety science within their organizations.
Learn about the partnership between Connecticut’s Department of Children and Families and the state Legislature, and why it is essential.