Understand how the COVID-19 shutdown resulted in limited surveillance without compromising child safety in New York City.
Drawing on his experience as a child welfare leader, David Sanders offers recommendations for reducing child abuse and neglect fatalities.
This overview describes the negative impacts of group and institutional settings and posits strategies for eliminating their overuse.
Learn how applying safety science principles to critical incident and child fatality reviews can enhance system accountability.
Explore a variety of our resources related to the topics of permanency and placement stability.
Learn from a study that outlines how states differ in their definitions of child neglect and the impacts on children and families.
Explore how motivational interviewing can be used in a child welfare context to engage families and improve outcomes.
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 findings from a report that outlines why a consistent and coordinated approach to child fatality data is necessary.