The report, Placement Rates, provides the rate of children entering out-of-home placements per 1000. Rates are calculated using population data from the US Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention's (OJJDP), Easy Access to Juvenile Populations, tool. For more information about this data source, please visit OJJDP's website at: https://www.ojjdp.gov/ojstatbb/ezapop/.Data Portal Functionality:
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APA: American Psychological Association
CP&P: Child Protection and Permanency, a division within the New Jersey Department of Children and Families (DCF)
CPS: Child Protective Services reports
CWS: Child Welfare Services referrals
DCF: New Jersey Department of Children and Families
IAIU: Institutional Abuse Investigation Unit
Lowest: 0.9 (2020) Highest: 2.7 (2013)
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At times, a green triangle is displayed on the graph or a null sign “Ø” is shown in the table. These symbols indicate that no children or cases meet the selected search criteria. Therefore, a percentage cannot be calculated.