risk assessment

Risk assessments are often used by child welfare service providers to predict and evaluate the risks present in a family, in particular to determine the risk of future maltreatment and necessary interventions.

Title Authors Year of Publication
Journal article
Substantiated child maltreatment: Which factors do workers focus on when making this critical decision?

Stoddart, Jill K.
Fallon, Barbara
Trocmé, Nico
Fluke, John

Journal article
Correlates of admitted sexual interest in children among individuals convicted of child pornography offenses
Seto, Michael C.
Eke, Angela W.
Journal article
Predicting chronic neglect: Understanding risk and protective factors for CPS‐involved families

Logan-Greene, Patricia
Semanchin Jones, Annette

Information Sheet
A Profile of Risk Investigations Transferred to Ongoing Services by Child Age in Ontario in 2013

Filippelli, Joanne
Stoddart, Jill
Fallon, Barbara

Report
The Structured Decision Making System for Child Protection Services: The Policy and Procedures Manual: Saskatchewan

NCCD Children's Research Centre

Journal article
Doing the right thing? (Re) Considering risk assessment and safety planning in child protection work with domestic violence cases

Jenney, Angelique
Mishna, Faye
Alaggia, Ramona
Scott, Katreena

Report
Family Violence Risk Assessment and Safety Planning by Child Intervention Staff: An Environmental Scan

Snyder, Lynda

Babins-Wagner, Robbie

Journal article
Responding to child maltreatment in Canada: Context for international comparisons

Fallon, Barbara
Trocmé, Nico
Fluke, John
Van Wert, Melissa
MacLaurin, Bruce
Sinha, Vandna
Helie, Sonia
Turcotte, Daniel

Journal article
Evaluation of a newborn screen for predicting out-of-home placement

Brownell, Marni D.
Chartier, Mariette
Santos, Robert
Au, Wendy
Roos, Noralou P.
Girard, Darlene

Journal article
Risk and protective factors for depression and substance use in an adolescent child welfare sample

Guidbord, Mélanie
Bell, Tessa
Romano, Elisa
Rouillard, Louise