This article, written by WRMA’s National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System technical team, was published in the International Journal of Child Maltreatment.
This report is based on 2019 data from the National Adult Maltreatment Reporting System (NAMRS).
This self-paced training provides an overview of the Office of Child Care Monitoring Process for state and territory administrators and their partners as they begin the monitoring process.
This comprehensive guide provides states and territories with all the information and resources needed to perform monitoring processes within the OCC Monitoring System.
See COVID-19 program integrity solutions based on WRMA’s expertise.
With 40 years of experience, WRMA has solutions to effectively respond to COVID-19.
This brief discusses adult protective services (APS) case workers and addresses: understanding capacity terminology, the relationships between capacity and abuse, screening tools, and research on capacity screening.
This PowerPoint provides an overview of the Child Care and Development Fund and the importance of program integrity within the states’ child care subsidy program.
This report presents annual SSBG data to provide an in depth look at how grantees allocate funds and the number of individuals served.
This study explored whether young maltreatment perpetrators have had prior contact with child protective services (CPS) as victims or as nonvictims.