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1 V ITAL S IGNS I NDICATORS 2011 & B EYOND Roundtable Discussions Crime and Safety Children and Family Health and Well-Being 1

2 N ATIONAL N EIGHBORHOOD I NDICATORS P ARTNERSHIP -U RBAN I NSTITUTE Began 20 years ago Advanced information systems with integrated and recurrently updated information on neighborhood conditions in their cities Overcome the resistance of local public agencies to sharing data Indicators of quality of life Ex: births, deaths, crime “Democratization of Data” 2

3 BNIA-JFI: V ITAL S IGNS, ◦ Project funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation ◦ Longitudinal database of 110 indicators US Census & American Community Survey Housing & Community Development Children and Family Health & Wellbeing Crime and Safety Workforce & Economic Development Sanitation Urban Environment & Transit Education & Youth Neighborhood Action & Sense of Community ◦ Available at the CSA data FREE on BNIA-JFI website 3

4 2010 B ALTIMORE C ITY CSA S N UMBER - 55 B ASED ON 2010 C ENSUS BOUNDARIES A GGREGATIONS OF C ENSUS TRACTS ( RESPECTFUL OF NEIGHBORHOODS ) 4

5 P URPOSE OF T ODAY ’ S M EETING 1. Trends in Crime and Safety, Children and Family Health indicators 2. Discuss Vital Signs Indicators for 2011 and beyond Focus first on existing sources of data, Indicator can be updated at least annually, Community representation/variation 3. Discuss potential new indicators New data sources available to track indicators Indicators needed for plan monitoring Indicator important at the regional level 5

6 C RIME T RENDS Predictive Policing Operation Crime Watch/Block Watch Increased coordination BCPD Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice Community crime prevention C-Safe BCPSS Others Public Awareness – media/blogs/online mapping 6

7 C RIME AND S AFETY T RENDS Part1 crimes, violent crimes, and domestic violence calls for service declined from Consistently highest rates of Part 1 from were concentrated downtown: Downtown/Seton Hill, Washington Village, Inner Harbor/Federal Hill CSAs Greatest decreases in Part 1 crime from in Downtown/ Seton Hill, Midtown, and Fells Point 7

8 C RIME AND S AFETY D ATA S OURCES Existing Baltimore City Police Department New? Baltimore City Fire Department 8

9 C RIME AND S AFETY I NDICATORS Existing Part 1 crime rate per 1,000 residents (murder, rape, aggravated assault, robbery, burglary, larceny, auto theft) Violent crime rate per 1,000 residents (murder, rape, aggravated assault, robbery) Domestic violence calls for service (911) per 1,000 residents Juvenile (10-17) arrest rate per 1,000 juveniles Juvenile arrest rate for drug- related offenses per 1,000 juveniles Juvenile arrest rate for violent offenses per 1,000 juveniles Juvenile arrest rate with prior arrest per 1,000 juveniles New Property crime rate (burglary, larceny, auto theft) Adult arrests Part 2 crimes (drugs, common assaults, sex offenses, disorderly conduct, etc.) Non-fatal shootings Fire and EMS calls (per 1,000 persons) Blue light camera density 9

10 H EALTH T RENDS Community-based health Community Health Profiles B’More for Healthy Babies Healthy Baltimore 2015 Maryland State Health Improvement Process Environmental Public Health Tracking Health Enterprise Zones Preventative Health Care Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act 10

11 C HILDREN AND F AMILY H EALTH T RENDS Since 2006, the number of children tested for elevated levels of blood lead have increased by 7.7% The number of children hospitalized for asthma decreased from 1,034 in 2000 to 751 in The % of persons with vaccine-preventable diseases decreased from 13.4% in 2000 to 4.9% in The teen birth rate in declined from 83.3 in 2000 to 51.1 per 1,000 teens in 2010

12 C HILDREN AND F AMILY H EALTH D ATA S OURCES Existing MDE U.S. Census Maryland DHMH Health Services Cost Review Commission (HSCRC) Baltimore City Health Dept. Baltimore Substance Abuse Systems (BSAS) New? U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration Vital Statistics (DHMH) Maryland DHR InfoUSA (already have in house) 12

13 C HILDREN AND F AMILY H EALTH I NDICATORS - E XISTING Number of Children Tested for Presence of Lead in their Blood Percent of Children with Elevated Blood Lead Levels Percent of Individuals Living Below the Poverty Line Percent of Families with Children Under 18 Living Below the Poverty Line Percent of Births Where Mother Received Early Prenatal Care* Percent of Births Delivered at Term* Percent of Babies Born with a Satisfactory Birth Weight* Teen Birth Rate* Number of Children Hospitalized for Asthma or Asthma- Related Illnesses Percent of People with Vaccine-Preventable Diseases Number of Drug Treatment Clients 13

14 C HILDREN AND F AMILY H EALTH I NDICATORS - NEW Percent of families receiving TANF* Percent of persons receiving SNAP* Infant/fetal mortality Life expectancy Liquor outlet density per 1,000 persons Fast food outlet density per 1,000 persons Percent of CSA designated as medically underserved (MUA/MUP) 14

15 N EW I NDICATORS Roundtable conversations July 24: Education July 26: Sustainability July 31: Economic Development/Arts & Culture 15

16 Q UESTIONS ? 16


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