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Court Performance Measures in Child Abuse and Neglect Cases: Key Measures
(NCJ 223567) April 2009
Report, 44 page(s)
Flango, V.E., and Kauder, N.
Outlines nine measures that have been identified as key to determining court performance in child abuse and neglect cases. Discusses the goal of each measure, data requirements, calculation and interpretation, and important related measures. It also includes a list of terms along with their definitions. Key Measures is a useful tool for making the case for performance measurement to legislators, funders, and other high-level decisionmakers.
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