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1 Child Abuse And neglect StatiSticS Addendum: child deaths and near deaths State Fiscal Year 27 July 26 June 27

2 table of contents Statistics-Introduction 3 Child Death Confirmations Child Deaths Child Deaths by County 5 Child Death Categories Age of Child 6 Abuse vs. Neglect 6 Race 7 Gender 7 Cause of Death 8 Child Deaths by Perpetrator Relationship 9 Age Child Near Death Confirmations Child Near Deaths Child Near Deaths by County 2 Child Near Death Categories Age of Child 3 Abuse vs. Neglect 3 Race 4 Gender 4 Cause of Near Death 5 Child Near Deaths by Perpetrator Relationship 6 Age 7 2 table of contents

3 StatiSticS introduction This statistical document is an addendum to the State Fiscal Year 27 Child Abuse and Neglect Statistics and pertains solely to child deaths and near deaths that were investigated and confirmed to be the result of child abuse or neglect by the person responsible for the child s care. The 39 child death and 32 near death victims in this document were previously included in the overall total of 3,9 children confirmed to be victims of abuse and neglect in state fiscal year 27. The Oklahoma Department of Human Services is charged with the responsibility of promptly investigating all reports of child deaths and near deaths alleged to be the result of abuse or neglect by the person responsible for the child s care. Persons responsible for the care of children are parents, guardians, custodians, foster parents, any other adults living in the home of the child and operators, owners or employees of child care facilities or homes. For purposes of this document, the definition of near death is when a child is admitted to a hospital in either serious or critical condition with injuries sustained from abuse or neglect by the person responsible for the child s care. OKDHS began publishing near death data in state fiscal year 24. StatiSticS 3

4 child death confirmations In state fiscal 27, there were 39 deaths confirmed to be the result of child abuse or neglect. The chart below details the number of deaths that have occurred each year since 998. CONFIRMED CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT DEATHS BY YEAR State Fiscal Years Fiscal Year Deaths Fiscal Year Deaths child death confirmations

5 child death confirmations The map below details the confirmed child abuse and neglect deaths by county. CHILD DEATH CONFIRMATIONS BY COUNTY State Fiscal Year 27 Total: 39 Adair Alfalfa Atoka Beaver Beckham Blaine Bryan Caddo Canadian Carter Cherokee Choctaw Cimarron Cleveland Coal Comanche 2 Cotton Craig Creek Custer Delaware Dewey Ellis Garfield Garvin 3 Grady Grant Greer Harmon Harper Haskell Hughes Jackson Jefferson Johnston Kay Kingfisher Kiowa Latimer LeFlore Lincoln Logan Love Major Marshall Mayes McClain McCurtain McIntosh Murray Muskogee 2 Noble Nowata Okfuskee Oklahoma 2 Okmulgee Osage Ottawa Pawnee Payne Pittsburg Pontotoc Pottawatomie Pushmataha 2 Rogers Roger Mills Seminole Sequoyah Stephens Texas Tillman Tulsa 7 Wagoner Washington Washita Woods Woodward total 39 CIMARRON TEXAS Child Abuse and Neglect Deaths (6) () 2 (3) 3 to 2 (3) BEAVER HARPER WOODS ALFALFA GRANT KAY OSAGE GARFIELD NOBLE ELLIS WOODWARD MAJOR PAWNEE DEWEY BLAINE KINGFISHER LOGAN PAYNE WAGONER CHEROKEE ADAIR CREEK ROGER MILLS LINCOLN CUSTER OKMULGEE MUSKOGEE CANADIAN OKLAHOMA 2 SEQUOYAH 2 OKFUSKEE McINTOSH BECKHAM WASHITA CLEVELAND CADDO HASKELL HUGHES Le FLORE GREER KIOWA PITTSBURG LATIMER GRADY McCLAIN GARVIN PONTOTOC COMANCHE 3 2 COAL JACKSON STEPHENS MURRAY ATOKA PUSHMATAHA McCURTAIN TILLMAN COTTON 2 CARTER JOHNSTON JEFFERSON MARSHALL BRYAN CHOCTAW LOVE HARMON POTTAWATOMIE SEMINOLE TULSA WASHINGTON 7 NOWATA CRAIG ROGERS MAYES DELAWARE OTTAWA child death confirmations 5

6 child death categories As indicated on the chart below, children age 2 years and younger make up the majority of deaths by abuse and neglect by age. CONFIRMED DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT BY AGE OF CHILD State Fiscal Year 27 Age Count Percent Under Year % -2 Years % Under Year -2 Years 46.5% 23.8% 3-6 Years % 7- Years 2.56% 2 Years and Older 2 5.3% total 39.% 2 Years and Older 5.3% 3-6 Years 23.8% 7- Years 2.56% As shown in the chart below, neglect accounts for more deaths than those resulting either from abuse or both abuse and neglect. CONFIRMED DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE VS NEGLECT State Fiscal Year 27 Category Count Percent Neglect % Abuse 28.2% Neglect Abuse 56.4% 28.2% Both Abuse & Neglect % Both Abuse & Neglect 5.38% total 39.% 6 child death categories

7 child death categories The race of the child victim in confirmed child abuse and neglect deaths is shown on the chart below. CONFIRMED DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT BY RACE OF CHILD VICTIM State Fiscal Year 27 Race Count Percent White % Black/African American 8 2.5% American Indian/ Alaskan Native 5.38% Hispanic.26% American Indian/Alaskan Native % Hispanic 4.26% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander.% total 39.% Black/African American 2.5% White 53.85% The gender of the child victim in confirmed child abuse and neglect deaths is shown on the chart below. CONFIRMED DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT BY GENDER OF CHILD VICTIM State Fiscal Year 27 Gender Count Percent Female 6 4.3% Male Female 58.97% 4.3% Male % total 39.% child death categories 7

8 child death categories The cause of death of the child victim in confirmed child abuse and neglect deaths is shown on the chart below. CONFIRMED DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT BY CAUSE OF DEATH State Fiscal Year 27 Category Count Percent Head Trauma % Improper Sleeping Arrangements % resulting in Asphyxiation Gunshot Wound-Homicide % Drowning-Lack of Supervision 4.26% Lack of Supervision resulting % In Asphyxiation Asphyxiation-Homicide % Smoke Inhalation-Lack of Supervision 2 5.3% Category Count Percent Medical Neglect 2 5.3% Lack of Supervision resulting 2 5.3% in Gunshot Wound Burns/Scalds-Homicide 2.56% Vehicular Accident-Lack 2.56% of Supervision Poisoning-Lack of Supervision 2.56% Overall Physical Abuse/Body Trauma 2.56% total 39.% Vehicular Accident-Lack of Supervision Poisoning-Lack of Supervision 2.56% 2.56% Overall Physical Abuse/Body Trauma Burns/Scalds-Homicide 2.56% 2.56% Lack of Supervision resulting in Gunshot Wound 5.3% Medical Neglect 5.3% Head Trauma 7.95% Improper Sleeping Smoke Inhalation-Lack Arrangements resulting of Supervision 5.3% in Asphyxiation 7.95% Asphyxiation-Homicide 7.69% Gunshot Wound-Homicide 2.83% Lack of Supervision resulting Drowning-Lack of Supervision In Asphyxiation 7.69%.26% 8 child death categories

9 child death PerPetratorS The relationship of the perpetrator to the child victim in confirmed child abuse and neglect deaths is shown on the chart below. Note: In some incidents of confirmed child abuse and neglect, more than one perpetrator is identified so the chart reflects information on both primary and secondary perpetrators. CONFIRMED DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT BY PERPETRATOR State Fiscal Year 27 Perpetrator Count Percent Mother % Father % Live-In Boyfriend % Perpetrator Count Percent Male Live-In Friend.75% Child Care Provider.75% Foster Mother.75% total 57.% Child Care Provider Foster Mother.75%.75% Male Live-in Friend.75% Live-in Boyfriend 5.79% Mother 4.36% Father 38.6% child death PerPetratorS 9

10 child death PerPetratorS The age range of the perpetrators in confirmed child abuse and neglect deaths is shown on the chart below. Note: In some incidents of confirmed child abuse and neglect, more than one perpetrator is identified so the chart reflects information on both primary and secondary perpetrators. CONFIRMED DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT BY AGE OF PERPETRATOR State Fiscal Year 27 Perpetrator Count Percent Under 8 Years.% 8-2 Years 9.3% Years % Years % Perpetrator Count Percent 3-35 Years % Years % 4 Years & Over 8 4.3% total 57.% Years 4 Years & Over 2.28% 4 3% 8-2 Years 3-35 Years 9.3% 5.79% Years Years 2.28% 26.32% child death PerPetratorS

11 child near death confirmations In state fiscal year 27, there were 32 near deaths confirmed to be the result of child abuse or neglect. The chart below details the number of near deaths that have occurred each year since 24. CONFIRMED CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT NEAR DEATHS BY YEAR State Fiscal Years Fiscal Year Near Deaths child near death confirmations

12 child near death confirmations The map below details the confirmed child abuse and neglect near deaths by county. CONFIRMED CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT NEAR DEATHS BY COUNTY State Fiscal Year 27 Total: 32 Adair Alfalfa Atoka Beaver Beckham Blaine Bryan Caddo Canadian Carter Cherokee Choctaw Cimarron Cleveland Coal Comanche Cotton Craig Creek 2 Custer Delaware Dewey Ellis Garfield Garvin Grady Grant Greer Harmon Harper Haskell Hughes Jackson Jefferson Johnston Kay Kingfisher Kiowa Latimer LeFlore Lincoln Logan Love Major Marshall Mayes McClain McCurtain McIntosh Murray Muskogee Noble Nowata Okfuskee Oklahoma 7 Okmulgee Osage Ottawa Pawnee Payne Pittsburg Pontotoc Pottawatomie Pushmataha Rogers 2 Roger Mills Seminole Sequoyah Stephens Texas Tillman Tulsa 7 Wagoner Washington Washita Woods Woodward total 32 CIMARRON TEXAS BEAVER Child Abuse and Neglect Near Deaths (59) (4) 2 (2) 3 to 7 (2) HARPER WOODS ALFALFA GRANT KAY OSAGE GARFIELD NOBLE ELLIS WOODWARD MAJOR PAWNEE DEWEY BLAINE KINGFISHER LOGAN PAYNE WAGONER CHEROKEE ADAIR CREEK ROGER MILLS LINCOLN 2 CUSTER OKMULGEE MUSKOGEE CANADIAN OKLAHOMA SEQUOYAH 7 OKFUSKEE McINTOSH BECKHAM WASHITA CLEVELAND CADDO HASKELL HUGHES Le FLORE GREER KIOWA PITTSBURG LATIMER GRADY McCLAIN GARVIN PONTOTOC COMANCHE COAL JACKSON STEPHENS MURRAY ATOKA PUSHMATAHA McCURTAIN TILLMAN COTTON CARTER JOHNSTON JEFFERSON MARSHALL BRYAN CHOCTAW LOVE HARMON POTTAWATOMIE SEMINOLE TULSA WASHINGTON 7 NOWATA CRAIG ROGERS 2 MAYES DELAWARE OTTAWA 2 child near death confirmations

13 child near death categories As indicated on the chart below, childern age 2 years and younger make up the majority of near deaths by abuse and neglect. CONFIRMED NEAR DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT BY AGE OF CHILD State Fiscal Year 27 Age Count Percent Under Year % -2 Years % 7- Years 2 Years and Older 6.25% 3.2% 3-6 Years 5.62% 3-6 Years % 7- Years % 2 Years and Older 3.2% total 32.% -2 Years 28.3% Under Year 46.88% As shown in the chart below, neglect accounts for more near deaths than those resulting either from abuse or both abuse and neglect. CONFIRMED NEAR DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE vs. NEGLECT State Fiscal Year 27 Category Count Percent Neglect % Abuse % Neglect Abuse 53.3% 28.2% Both Abuse & Neglect % Both Abuse & Neglect 8.75% total 32.% child near death categories 3

14 child near death categories The race of the child victim in confirmed child abuse and neglect near deaths is shown on the chart below. CONFIRMED NEAR DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT BY RACE OF CHILD VICTIM State Fiscal Year 27 Race Count Percent White % Black/African American 8 25.% American Indian/Alaskan Native % American Indian/ Alaskan Native 8.75% White 4.62% Hispanic 2.5% Hispanic 4 2.5% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 3.3% total 32.% Native Hawaiian/ Black/African Pacific Islander American 3.3% 25.% The gender of the child victim in confirmed child abuse and neglect near deaths is shown on the chart below. CONFIRMED NEAR DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT BY GENDER OF CHILD VICTIM State Fiscal Year 27 Gender Count Percent Female 34.38% Male Female 65.62% 34.38% Male % total 32.% 4 child near death categories

15 child near death categories The cause of near death of the child victim in confirmed child abuse and neglect near deaths is shown on the chart below. CONFIRMED NEAR DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT BY CAUSE OF NEAR DEATH State Fiscal Year 27 Category Count Percent Head Trauma 3 4.6% Medical Neglect 5 5.6% Near Drowning- Lack of % Supervision Vehicular Accident % - Substance Abuse by Parent Failure to Protect resulting 3.3% in Head Trauma Mauled by Dog-Lack of Supervision 3.3% Category Count Percent Asphyxia-Intentional 3.3% Poisoning-Lack of Supervision 3.3% Failure to Protect resulting 3.3% in Abdomonal Trauma Failure to Protect resulting 3.3% in Gunshot Wound Environmental Neglect 3.3% Overall Body Trauma 3.3% total 32.% Asphyxia-Intentional 3.3% Mauled by Dog-Lack of Supervision Poisoning-Lack of Supervision 3.3% 3.3% Failure to Protect resulting in Head Trauma Failure to Protect resulting in 3.3% Abdomonal Trauma 3.3% Failure to Protect resulting in Vehicular Accident-Substance Gunshot Wound 3.3% Abuse by Parent 9.37% Environmental Neglect 3.3% Near Drowning-Lack of Supervision 9.37% Overall Body Trauma 3.3% Head Trauma 4.6% Medical Neglect 5.6% child near death categories 5

16 child near death PerPetratorS The relationship of the perpetrator to the child victim in confirmed child abuse and neglect near deaths is shown on the chart below. Note: In some incidents of confirmed child abuse and neglect, more than one perpetrator is identified, so the chart reflects information on both primary and secondary perpetrators. CONFIRMED NEAR DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT BY PERPETRATOR State Fiscal Year 27 Perpetrator Count Percent Mother % Father % Live-in Boyfriend % Perpetrator Count Percent Foster Father 2.7% Stepmother 2.7% Child Care Provider 2.7% total 46.% Stepmother Child Care Provider 2.7% 2.7% Foster Father 2.7% Live-in Boyfriend 6.52% Mother 52.8% Father 34.79% 6 child near death PerPetratorS

17 child near death PerPetratorS The age range of the perpetrators in confirmed child abuse and neglect near deaths is shown on the chart below. Note: In some incidents of confirmed child abuse and neglect, more than one perpetrator is identified, so the chart reflects information on both primary and secondary perpetrators. CONFIRMED NEAR DEATHS AS A RESULT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT BY AGE OF PERPETRATOR State Fiscal Year 27 Perpetrator Count Percent Under 8 Years % 8-2 Years % Years % Years % Perpetrator Count Percent 3-35 Years % Years % 4 Years & Over % total 46.% 4 Years &Over Under 8 Years 4.35% 4.35% Years 4.35% 3-35 Years 4.35% 8-2 Years Years 26.8% 28.26% Years 28.26% child near death PerPetratorS 7

18 Produced by the Office of Planning, Research and Statistics and Children and Family Services Division in collaboration with OKDHS Design Services

19 S823B OKDHS Issued 3/29 This publication is authorized by the Oklahoma Commission for Human Services in accordance with state and federal regulations and printed by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services at a cost of $9. for 5 copies. Copies have been deposited with the Publications Clearinghouse of the Oklahoma Department of Libraries.

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