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Percent of Indicated Child Abuse/Neglect Reports (Illinois)

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Overview

Missouri and Illinois have two very different systems for handling child abuse and neglect hotline calls such that the data from the two systems is not comparable. This report, therefore, displays the data and accompanying maps on separate pages. In Illinois, all calls go through an investigative track where reports are found to be “indicated” or “not indicated." Missouri uses a two- track system whereby hotline calls are tracked according to severity and receive either an investigation or a family assessment. Missouri’s Children's Division in the Department of Social Services requires follow-up with families whose cases have gone through 1) an investigation with substantiation, 2) an investigation with no substantiation, but recommended preventive services, or 3) a family assessment with recommended preventive services.

Percent of Indicated Child Abuse/Neglect Reports (Illinois)

The Top 10 results for 2009 (ranked by % Indicated)

Zip Code% IndicatedIndicated ReportsTotal ReportsYear
6208841.913312009
6206140.0252009
6203534.422642009
6223633.315452009
6201230.611362009
6226430.06202009
6220528.6301052009
6202128.6272009
6229828.220712009
6220327.423842009

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DATA NOTES
Calculation: (Number of indicated child abuse or neglect reports/Total reports of alleged child abuse or neglect) x 100
Calculations made by Vision for Children at Risk.
† Denotes ZIP codes with a child population less than 300.
* Data Not Available.

COMPARATIVE NORM:
U.S: 25.2%
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (2005)