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Rereporting to Child Protective Services Among Initial Neglect Subtypes

Authors
Kang, JiyoungBae, Hwa-okFuller, Tamara
Issue Date
Jul-2015
Publisher
ALLIANCE CHILDREN & FAMILIES
Citation
FAMILIES IN SOCIETY-THE JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL SERVICES, v.96, no.3, pp.185 - 194
Journal Title
FAMILIES IN SOCIETY-THE JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL SERVICES
Volume
96
Number
3
Start Page
185
End Page
194
URI
https://scholarworks.sookmyung.ac.kr/handle/2020.sw.sookmyung/17492
DOI
10.1606/1044-3894.2015.96.23
ISSN
1044-3894
Abstract
The current study aims to identify predictors of child maltreatment rereporting among initial neglect subtypes. The study used 16,707 investigated children in child protective services (CPS) of Illinois. A latent class analysis identified five neglect subtypes, using 11 indicators of alleged maltreatment type recorded by CPS agencies. A multivariate analysis showed that substantiation of the initial report and service receipt were common predictors of rereporting across all neglect subtypes; being Black, child age, parental relationship, and number of children increased the risk of rereporting for certain neglect subtypes. Regardless of the neglect subtype, cases with substantiation and service receipt required more effective interventions to reduce the risk of rereporting.
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