Child Welfare Data Book
The Data Book, which replaces the Status of Children in Oregon's Child Protection System, is the Department of Human Services' annual report of Oregon child abuse and neglect statistics. Also available:
Child Welfare Data Set
Find up-to-date information about the children, youth and families served by Oregon's Child Welfare system. This
online reporting tool
provides the public with more current data and presents the data in different ways aimed at creating a better understanding of our many successes and challenges. The
Child Welfare Outcomes Scorecard
displays the key child safety and national standard outcome metrics at both the state and district level.
Oregon Child Abuse Hotline (ORCAH) Annual Reports
Critical Incident Review Team (CIRT)
The public reports created by the
Critical Incident Review Team (CIRT) are an important and unique tool to help protect Oregon's children in state care. The primary purpose of the CIRT process is to rapidly draw lessons for the improvement of agency actions when there is an incident or serious injury or death caused by abuse or neglect involving a child who has had contact with the Oregon Department of Human Services.