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Screened-In Reports

Per 1,000 Households with a Report


Data Updated:
  • safety
  • annual report
  • maltreatment
  • region
  • cps

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Data Highlights

July 01, 2014


February 01, 2009



This graph calculates the rate at which public reports of concern for child safety made to Children's Administration were screened-in for a CPS investigation or assessed for receipt of services.

Questions this graph can answer

  • How many reports to Children's Administration received an investigation or an assessment for other services?

See also

  • Report Rate, for the overall rate of reports.
  • Placement Rate, for the rate at which screened-in reports resulted in out-of-home placement.


All screened-in reports receive services; depending on the details this could be a CPS investigation, a CPS Risk-Only assessment, an alternative response such as [Family Assessment Response (FAR)]( Assessment Response (FAR)) or Family Reconciliation Services (FRS).

Reports were only counted if there had been more than 48 hours since the previous report about the same household.