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Message ID: 8217
Date: 2009-08-03

Author:Finkelhor, David

Subject:Rise in CM fatalities and classification of neglectful drownings

In a NYT article today a Florida CWS administrator explained a recent rise in CM fatalities there to a new tendency to count drowning due to neglect as a CM fatality. The 2007 NCCANDS data showed a 15% rise in CM fatalities and increases in quite a few states. Does anyone of a sense that this is drowning classification change is something that extends beyond Florida David Finkelhor Crimes against Children Research Center Family Research Laboratory Department of Sociology, University of New Hampshire Durham, NH 03824 Tel 603 862-2761* Fax 603 862-1122 email: david.finkelhor@unh.edu My new book has been released. Click on it for more details and to order. http://www.unh.edu/ccrc/ http://www.unh.edu/frl/ From: emailthis@ms3.lga2.nytimes.com [mailto:emailthis@ms3.lga2.nytimes.com] On Behalf Of david.finkelhor@unh.edu Sent: 2009-07-25 06:54 To: Finkelhor, David Subject: NYTimes.com: Florida Shifts Child-Welfare System's Focus to Saving Families This page was sent to you by: david.finkelhor@unh.edu US | July 25, 2009 Florida Shifts Child-Welfare System's Focus to Saving Families By ERIK ECKHOLM Officials in Florida shifted spending of federal foster care aid to focus on keeping families intact and to finance prevention and mental health treatment. 1. Stock Traders Find Speed Pays, in Milliseconds 2. The Minimalist: 101 Simple Salads for the Season 3. Op-Ed Columnist: Costs and Compassion 4. 44 Charged by U.S. in New Jersey Corruption Sweep 5. Op-Ed Columnist: Kill the Rhinos! » Go to Complete List Advertisement Adam The story of two strangers, one a little stranger than the other. Starring Hugh Dancy and Rose Byrne. In theaters this summer. Click here to view trailer Copyright 2009 The New York Times Company | Privacy Policy Content-Type: image/jpeg; name="image001.jpg" Content-Description: image001.jpg Content-Disposition: inline; Content-ID:

In a NYT article today a Florida CWS administrator explained a recent rise in CM fatalities there to a new tendency to count drowning due to neglect as a CM fatality. The 2007 NCCANDS data showed a 15% rise in CM fatalities and increases in quite a few states. Does anyone of a sense that this is drowning classification change is something that extends beyond Florida David Finkelhor Crimes against Children Research Center Family Research Laboratory Department of Sociology, University of New Hampshire Durham, NH 03824 Tel 603 862-2761* Fax 603 862-1122 email: david.finkelhorunh.edu My new book has been released. Click on it for more details and to order. http://www.unh.edu/ccrc/ http://www.unh.edu/frl/ From: emailthisms3.lga2.nytimes.com [mailto:emailthisms3.lga2.nytimes.com] On Behalf Of david.finkelhorunh.edu Sent: 2009-07-25 06:54 To: Finkelhor, David Subject: NYTimes.com: Florida Shifts Child-Welfare System's Focus to Saving Families This page was sent to you by: david.finkelhorunh.edu US | July 25, 2009 Florida Shifts Child-Welfare System's Focus to Saving Families By ERIK ECKHOLM Officials in Florida shifted spending of federal foster care aid to focus on keeping families intact and to finance prevention and mental health treatment. 1. Stock Traders Find Speed Pays, in Milliseconds 2. The Minimalist: 101 Simple Salads for the Season 3. Op-Ed Columnist: Costs and Compassion 4. 44 Charged by U.S. in New Jersey Corruption Sweep 5. Op-Ed Columnist: Kill the Rhinos! » Go to Complete List Advertisement Adam The story of two strangers, one a little stranger than the other. Starring Hugh Dancy and Rose Byrne. In theaters this summer. Click here to view trailer Copyright 2009 The New York Times Company | Privacy Policy Content-Type: image/jpeg; name="image001.jpg" Content-Description: image001.jpg Content-Disposition: inline; Content-ID: