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Child Abuse/Maltreatment - Children/Youth in Indicated Reports of Abuse/Maltreatment

number and rate/1,000 children/youth ages 0-17 years

 

 

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Region [+] Create Custom Regions number rate/1,000   number rate/1,000 Trend
New York State 79,668 18.6   71,182 16.2 Down
New York City 35,083 20.6   30,394 16.2 Down
   Bronx County N/A N/A   N/A N/A
   Kings County N/A N/A   N/A N/A
   New York County N/A N/A   N/A N/A
   Queens County N/A N/A   N/A N/A
   Richmond County N/A N/A   N/A N/A
Rest of State 44,146 17.1   40,788 16.1 Down
Albany County 1,218 19.4   1,046 17.2 Down
Allegany County 260 19.9   232 22.2 Up
Broome County 1,681 34.6   1,715 42.4 Up
Cattaraugus County 574 24.6   509 26.7 Up
Cayuga County 383 17.7   308 18.7 Up
Chautauqua County 888 24.7   961 32.4 Up
Chemung County 688 28.5   731 36.8 Up
Chenango County 504 35.1   423 39.1 Up
Clinton County 500 23.3   404 25.8 Up
Columbia County 351 22.7   260 20.8 Down
Cortland County 489 40.0   391 38.1 Down
Delaware County 352 29.3   342 38.6 Up
Dutchess County 1,323 21.3   940 14.7 Down
Erie County 3,855 17.1   5,239 27.0 Up
Essex County 125 13.8   154 21.3 Up
Franklin County 379 31.7   436 41.4 Up
Fulton County 327 23.2   307 25.5 Up
Genesee County 323 20.3   312 24.0 Up
Greene County 279 26.8   216 22.8 Down
Hamilton County *11 *9.7   *9 *11.9 Up
Herkimer County 259 15.4   321 22.7 Up
Jefferson County 973 31.7   755 23.3 Down
Lewis County 129 15.7   177 25.4 Up
Livingston County 192 12.6   262 20.6 Up
Madison County 374 21.4   332 22.2 Up
Monroe County 2,010 11.4   2,366 14.4 Up
Montgomery County 344 26.8   383 32.1 Up
Nassau County 2,458 8.8   1,585 5.3 Down
Niagara County 889 16.1   1,157 25.1 Up
Oneida County 1,613 26.5   1,525 30.2 Up
Onondaga County 1,781 15.5   1,917 18.2 Up
Ontario County 550 23.1   528 23.0 Down
Orange County 982 11.5   856 8.4 Down
Orleans County 337 29.8   239 26.4 Down
Oswego County 1,276 37.5   1,071 38.3 Up
Otsego County 200 14.2   305 27.3 Up
Putnam County 186 8.6   181 8.0 Down
Rensselaer County 823 22.3   835 24.1 Up
Rockland County 462 6.7   230 2.5 Down
St. Lawrence County 557 19.7   232 31.0 Up
Saratoga County 802 17.2   326 13.0 Down
Schenectady County 1,143 33.3   578 11.0 Down
Schoharie County 207 26.7   852 23.5 Down
Schuyler County 124 24.5   154 23.7 Down
Seneca County 218 25.1   157 44.9 Up
Steuben County 701 26.0   555 24.5 Down
Suffolk County 4,555 13.9   3,678 10.3 Down
Sullivan County 423 24.5   406 23.0 Down
Tioga County 302 20.3   248 21.7 Up
Tompkins County 155 8.5   251 14.9 Up
Ulster County 831 21.4   521 14.7 Down
Warren County 381 25.7   225 16.9 Down
Washington County 431 28.1   435 32.3 Up
Wayne County 529 21.2   476 22.6 Up
Westchester County 2,321 12.2   1,375 6.1 Down
Wyoming County 157 14.0   158 19.0 Up
Yates County 233 38.4   201 31.4 Down

Created June 19, 2018 5:52 PM EST


Notes:

  • N/A: Data not available.
  • The number of children reflect unique children. The unique number, within New York City or Rest of State, will count a child only once during a year even if that child has more than one indicated abuse or maltreatment.
  • The terms neglect and maltreatment are used interchangeably but are not synonymous in the law. Neglect is defined in law at Section 1012 of the Family Court Act and maltreatment is defined in law at Section 412 of the Social Services Law.
  • Numbers include children in households and institutional settings.
  • The state total is greater than the sum of the counties since not all investigations are conducted by county Department of Social Services.
  • New York City counts include investigations conducted by Administration for Children's Services borough field offices and the Office of Special Investigations.
  • * Rates are not stable when the number is less than 20.

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