ISSUES in CHILD PROTECTION and OUT-OF-HOME CARE Peaks Forum. January 2008. Judy Cashmore. Terms of Reference. To examine, report on and make recommendations in relation to:
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ISSUES in CHILD PROTECTION andOUT-OF-HOME CAREPeaks Forum
Focus on outcomes for children rather than actions of parents/carers
Based on figure from Eric Scott (2006)
Based on AIHW figures
* Finalised, not substantiated
Source: KiDS Annual Statistical Extracts and Corporate Information Warehouse annual data. Produced by, DoCS Information and Reporting.
Source: KiDS Annual Statistical Extracts and Corporate Information Warehouse annual data.
Source: CIS & KiDS annual statistical extracts, Corporate Information Warehouse annual data.
Produced by, DoCS Information and Reporting.
Child protection reports by primary reported issue,
2004-05 & 2005-06
Source: KiDS Annual Statistical Extract, Corporate Information Warehouse annual data. Produced by: Information and Reporting.
* 7,892 Indigenous (27.7%)
* Indigenous rate: 36.1
cf non-Indigenous: 4.4
Table 5.1: Number of children aged 0–17 years commencing intensive family support services, by age at commencement of service, states and territories, 2006–07