Statistics on children, youth and families in Oklahoma from the Annie E. Casey Foundation and the Oklahoma Policy Institute
Current child abuse & neglect confirmations
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Definition and Source
Child Abuse and Neglect means harm or threatened harm to a child's health or welfare by a person responsible for the child's health or welfare. Several changes made to Oklahoma’s Child Abuse Statutes during the 2007 Legislature were in effect during the time periods for which data was collected. The following definitions follow the law in effect during the period covered by the DATA CENTER. Child Abuse includes sexual abuse, sexual exploitation or non-accidental physical or mental injury. Abuse can also include harm resulting from failing to protect or abandoning a child. Sexual Abuse includes rape, incest and lewd or indecent acts or proposals by a person responsible for the child's welfare. Sexual Exploitation includes a person responsible for the child's welfare allowing or encouraging a child to engage in prostitution or pornography or engaging in child pornography. Neglect means failing to provide adequate food, clothing, shelter, and supervision; failing to provide special care made necessary by the physical or mental condition of the child; or abandonment. Title 10 Okl. St. Ann. 2006 § 7102. Data includes reports of suspected abuse or neglect containing allegations of serious or immediate threats to a child’s safety for which there were formal investigations and, of those, the number for which abuse or neglect was confirmed. Rate means the number for which abuse or neglect was confirmed per every 1,000 children in the geographic location.
- SFY 2009 population is based on US Census Bureau data from 2008
- SFY 2010 population is based on US Census Bureau data from 2009
- SFY 2011 population is based on US Census Bureau data from 2010
- SFY 2012 population is based on US Census Bureau data from 2011
- SFY 2013 population is based on US Census Bureau data from 2012
- SFY 2014 population is based on US Census Bureau data from 2013
- SFY 2015 population is based on US Census Bureau data from 2014
- SFY 2016 population is based on US Census Bureau data from 2015
- SFY 2017 population is based on US Census Bureau data from 2016
- SFY 2018 population is based on US Census Bureau data from 2017
- SFY 2019 population is based on US Census Bureau data from 2018
Major revision in investigation, service provision and enforcement have occurred since the initial base period, requiring data collection to begin anew. This data should not be compared to historic child abuse & neglect indicators.
LAST UPDATED OR EDITED: July 26, 2023
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