2 edition of Twelfth National Roundtable on Child Protective Services Risk Assessment found in the catalog.
Twelfth National Roundtable on Child Protective Services Risk Assessment
National Roundtable on Child Protective Services Risk Assessment (12th 1998 San Francisco, Calif.)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||National Roundtable on Child Protective Services Risk Assessment|
|Statement||cosponsored by American Humane Association, Children"s Division and the American Public Human Services Association ; John Fluke, development editor.|
|Contributions||Fluke, John., American Humane Association. Children"s Division., American Public Human Services Association.|
|LC Classifications||HV715 .N37 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 187 p. :|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||00551304|
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Protective Services: A Guide for Caseworkers. provides a comprehensive view of the child. welfare process.
This manual examines the roles and responsibilities of child protective services (CPS) workers, who are at the center of every community’s child protection efforts. It describes the laws and policies that governFile Size: 2MB.
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Portland, ME: National Child Welfare Resource Centre for Management and Administration. Jagannathan, R., & Camasso, M. Risk assessment in child protective services: A canonical analysis of the case management function.
Child Abuse and Neglect, 20, – Key findings on definitions of risk to children and uses of risk assessment by state CPS agencies from the state survey component of the study of high risk child abuse and neglect groups. Paper presented at the National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect Symposium on Risk Assessment, Washington, by: 4.
CPI/CPS: Child protective investigations/child protection services. Throughout this manual, CPI/CPS is used to refer to any child protection agency, generically. This may refer to the Department of Family and Protective Services or any child protection agency in any other jurisdiction.
When a definition references “CPI/CPS,” the reader. Throughout the assessment phase, caseworkers may face unique challenges in responding to the varying types of child abuse and neglect or responding to families who have a recurrence of maltreatment in the home.
Find resources to assist in each step of the child protection process, strategies for responding to each type of child maltreatment. • The Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) assessment for children age 3 and older. • The Family Strengths and Needs Assessment (FSNA).
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Drake, B. (l 5). Associations between reporter type and assessment outcomes in child protective services referrals. Children and Youth Services Review, 17 (4) Drake, B ().Cited by: T.
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The role of friends, in-la ws, and other kin in father-perpetrated child physical abuse. Twelfth National Roundtable. on Child Protective Services Risk Assessment: Summary of. Baird () and Johnson and L’Esperance () studied physically abusive families.
They found that families with more children were more likely to repeat maltreatment, whereas Marks and McDonald () found that families with younger children were at greater risk of by: 13th National Roundtable on CPS Risk Assessment: Using Actuarial Risk Assessment to Target Service Interventions in Pilot California Counties July 1, | Dennis Wagner, PhD, Kristen Johnson, PhD Inthe state of California contracted with the Children’s Research Center (CRC) to conduct a risk assessment study which observed 2, sample families.
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Black children and foster care placement in California. The child’s caseworker must document the reasons the placement was chosen in the Placement Detail page in IMPACT under least restrictive a relative, foster family home, or cottage-style GRO is not chosen, the caseworker must explain why a less restrictive setting was not appropriate for the individual child.
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The relative validity of actuarial- and consensus-based risk assessment systems. Children and Youth Services Review. ; – Baird S, Wagner D, Neuenfeldt D. Actual risk assessment and case management in child protective services.
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Cite this publication Judith S. Rycus. Infant risk assessment and response decision - advice The Department of Health & Human Services has a statutory responsibility under the CYFA to provide child protection services for children and young people in Victoria under the age of 17 years in need of protection or, when a protection order is in place, children under the age of 13th National Roundtable on CPS Risk Assessment: Using Actuarial Risk Assessment to Target Service Interventions in Pilot California Counties July 1, | Dennis Wagner, PhD, Kristen Johnson, PhD Inthe state of California contracted with the Children’s Research Center (CRC) to conduct a risk assessment study which observed 2, Child Protection Roundtable Child Protective Services Legislative and Budget Priorities Part Two: is a common form of AHT with children ages 1 to 3 months at greatest risk.
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In: Tatara, T (ed). Sixth national roundtable on CPS risk assessment summary of highlights, Washington, DC: American Public Welfare Association,pp. – Google ScholarCited by: Addressing the healing needs of children: There is a wide consensus that children’s recovery from exposure to domestic violence (and from divorce) depends largely on the quality of their relationship with the non-battering parent and with their siblings Therefore, in addition to safety consideration, court determinations should take into.
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The important, and sometimes exclusive, role of adult protective services in responding to reports of abuse and neglect warrants closer examination. After receiving a report, adult protective services serve three main functions. The first organizational function is to receive, assess, and triage abuse and neglect reports.If these services cannot ensure the child’s safety, CPS may ask the court to remove the child from the parents’ custody and place the child in a relative’s care or foster care.
For more information on CPS investigations and investigation process, see: DFPS Data Book, p example flow chart and pages ,and Department of Community Services (NSW) (), Trends in Child Protection: Profiles for financial Years /92 – /95, Information and Planning Group, Child & Family Services Directorate, May.
English, D.J., Pecora, P.J. (), ‘ Risk Assessment as a Practice Method in Child Protective Services ’, Child Welfare 73 (5 Cited by: 6.