Other Data Reports

Other Data Reports

Case Progression

Case Progression
Case Progression

Between November 2010 and February 2011, the Nebraska Court Improvement Project analyzed changes in case progression between 2006 and 2008.  Data was manually collected from a random sample of 400 abuse/neglect cases.  Statistically significant changes between 2006 and 2008 data were observed, including:

- A reduction of median time from petition to adjudication from 76 days to 71 days

- A reduction of median time from petition to case closure from 438 days to 361 days

- An increase in % of cases adjudication within 90 days from 60% to 67%


Read the full report: Case Progression Data 06-08

Fostering Court Improvement

Fostering Court Improvement
Fostering Court Improvement

The Court Improvement Project has partnered with Nebraska DHHS and Fostering Court Improvement to provide access to AFCARS and NCANDS data.  Fostering Court Improvement provides a platform of shared data that courts and child welfare agencies can use to make informed decisions, manage operations, monitor performance and make systemic changes.

  • Nebraska data is available by county, district, DHHS service area and local court team.
  • Fostering Court Improvement data is also available in Team Data Reports.

Justice 2013-1015 Statewide Child Welfare & Juvenile Justice Trend Analysis

Justice 2013-1015 Statewide Child Welfare & Juvenile Justice Trend Analysis
Justice 2013-1015 Statewide Child Welfare & Juvenile Justice Trend Analysis

This report contains analysis of case progression data for the state of Nebraska’s Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice cases for state fiscal years 2013, 2014, and 2015. The report examines the three year trends for the following hearings:

CHILD WELFARE (3A)

  • Protective Custody
  • First Appearance
  • Adjudication
  • Disposition
  • Review
  • Permanency
  • Case Termination
     

JUVENILE JUSTICE (JJ)

  • Detention
  • First Appearance/Arraignment
  • Adjudication
  • Disposition
  • Case Closure

To read through the entire analysis, click here