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Table 1 : State Trends in Child Maltreatment : 2011-2012 and 1992 -

@inproceedings{Finkelhor2014Table1,
  title={Table 1 : State Trends in Child Maltreatment : 2011-2012 and 1992 -},
  author={David Finkelhor and Lisa M. Jones and Anne M. Shattuck and Kei Saito},
  year={2014}
}
The data in the tables and graphs included below are derived from the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS), which aggregates and publishes statistics from state child protection agencies. The most recent data from NCANDS were released in December, 2013, and concern cases of child maltreatment investigated in 2012 (USDHHS, 2013). http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cb/resource/childmaltreatment-2012 

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