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G2 Meeting March 5, 2015. Agenda  Welcome and Opening Remarks  What is the difference? How children coming into care have changed from Period 14-18.

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1 G2 Meeting March 5, 2015

2 Agenda  Welcome and Opening Remarks  What is the difference? How children coming into care have changed from Period 14-18 – Mike Fost  Period 18 Re-entries - Jim and Panel  Substantiated Cases of Maltreatment in Care Cases – Jim, Glenene, and Lawrence  Follow-up on New Case Manager Input - Glenene and Lawrence  County Updates  Closing Remarks – Director Cagle

3 How Have the Children Coming Into Care Changed from Period 14-18? Mike Fost

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8 Age at Removal 01234567891011121314151617 DeKalbPeriod 14 (count)551720141715810 11 4191723313819 DeKalbPeriod 18 (count)6635263525 2725171813151422 323110 DeKalbPeriod 14 %16.25.05.94.15.04.42.43.0 3.2 1.25.65.06.89.111.25.6 DeKalbPeriod 18 %14.47.65.77.65.5 5.95.53.73.92.83.33.14.8 7.06.82.2 FultonPeriod 14 (count)60231520191318111671713282439294012 FultonPeriod 18 (count)583024221691518 11613142529393712 FultonPeriod 14 %14.95.73.75.04.73.24.52.74.01.74.23.26.95.99.77.29.93.0 FultonPeriod 18 %14.67.66.15.64.02.33.84.5 2.81.53.33.56.37.39.89.33.0

9 Disabilities No Disability PhysicalMentalBoth PhysicalMental DeKalbPeriod 14 (count) 20510710881 2627 DeKalbPeriod 18 (count) 3231238571 5214 DeKalbPeriod 14 % 60.531.631.923.9 7.98.0 DeKalbPeriod 18 % 70.226.718.515.4 11.33.0 No DisabilityPhysicalMentalBoth PhysicalMental FultonPeriod 14 (count) 2791069374 3219 FultonPeriod 18 (count) 2591119165 4626 FultonPeriod 14 % 69.126.223.018.3 7.94.7 FultonPeriod 18 % 65.428.023.016.4 11.66.6

10 Period 18 Re-Entries to Care Jim and Panel

11 Issues Related to Previous Entry DeKalb Fulton

12 Issues Related to Exit DeKalb Fulton

13 Issues Related to Re-entry

14 Previous Episode Days in Care, by Issues Related to Entry - DeKalb Issues Related to Entry <=15 Days 16-60 Days 61-300 Days >300 DaysTotal % of total children Inadequate Supervision60521332% Neglect/Food and Housing/Medical2110410% Physical Abuse3102615% Rejection100012% Abandonment/Rejection44511434% Sexual Abuse-Boyfriend030037% Total16911541100% % of total children39%22%27%12%100%

15 Previous Episode Days in Care, by Issues Related to Entry - Fulton Issues Related to Entry <=15 Days 16-60 Days 61-300 Days >300 DaysTotal % of total children Inadequate Supervision2142926% Neglect/Food and Housing/Medical3110514% Physical Abuse41321029% Rejection/Abandonment51231131% Total14410735100% % of total children40%11%29%20%100%

16 Previous Episode Days in Care, by Issues Related to Exit - DeKalb <=15 Days 16-60 Days 61-300 Days >300 DaysTotal % of total children Committed to DJJ010012% Custody to Parent and Discharged with Services41931741% Custody to Relative4302922% Dismissed at 72 Hr. Hearing300037% Protective Order54201127% Total16911541100% % of total children39%22%27%12%100%

17 Previous Episode Days in Care, by Issues Related to Exit - Fulton <=15 Days 16-60 Days 61-300 Days >300 DaysTotal % of total children Custody to Parent82351851% Custody to Relative3012617% Dismissed at 72 Hr. Hearing300039% Protective Order0260823% Total14410735100% % of total children40%11%29%20%100%

18 Previous Episode Days in Care, by Issues Related to Re-entry - DeKalb <=15 Days 16-60 Days 61-300 Days >300 DaysTotal % of total children Inadequate Supervision1350922% Neglect- Food/Shelter/Medical7000717% Parent Issues100012% Physical Abuse001012% Rejection/Abandonment65452049% Violated Protective Order010012% Blank Cell101025% Total16911541100% % of total children39%22%27%12%100%

19 Previous Episode Days in Care, by Issues Related to Re-entry - Fulton <=15 Days 16-60 Days 61-300 Days >300 DaysTotal % of total children Chronic Runaway010013% Inadequate Supervision102039% Neglect- Food/Shelter/Medical0031411% Parent Issues6100720% Physical Abuse001013% Rejection/Abandonment71361749% Violated Protective Order011026% Total14410735100% % of total children40%11%29%20%100%

20 Days from Discharge to Re-Entry, by Issues Related to Entry - DeKalb <=15 Days 16-60 Days 61-300 Days >300 DaysTotal % of total children Inadequate Supervision19211332% Inadequate Food/Housing/Medical0121410% Physical Abuse1320615% Rejection010012% Rejection/Abandonment23811434% Sexual Abuse-Boyfriend003037% Total417 341100% % of total children10%41% 7%100%

21 Days from Discharge to Re-Entry, by Issues Related to Entry - Fulton <=15 Days 16-60 Days 61-300 Days >300 DaysTotal % of total children Inadequate Supervision2160926% Inadequate Food/Housing/Medical0410514% Physical Abuse30701029% Rejection/Abandonment42411131% Total9718135100% % of total children26%20%51%3%100%

22 Days from Discharge to Re-Entry, by Issues Related to Exit - DeKalb <=15 Days 16-60 Days 61-300 Days >300 DaysTotal % of total children Committed to DJJ001013% Custody to Parent21911342% Custody to Relative1202516% Dismissed at 72 Hr. Hearing100013% Protective Order06501135% Total4915331100% % of total children13%29%48%10%100%

23 Days from Discharge to Re-Entry, by Issues Related to Exit - Fulton <=15 Days 16-60 Days 61-300 Days >300 DaysTotal % of total children Custody to Parent54811851% Custody to Relative1140617% Dismissed at 72 Hr. Hearing210039% Protective Order1160823% Total9718135100% % of total children26%20%51%3%100%

24 Days from Discharge to Re-Entry, by Issues Related to Re-entry - DeKalb <=15 Days 16-60 Days 61-300 Days >300 DaysTotal % of total children Inadequate Supervision0360922% Inadequate Food/Housing/Medical1501717% Parent Issues010012% Physical Abuse001012% Rejection/Abandonment36922049% Violated Protective Order001012% Blank Cell020025% Total417 341100% % of total children10%41% 7%100%

25 Days from Discharge to Re-Entry, by Issues Related to Re-entry - Fulton <=15 Days 16-60 Days 61-300 Days >300 DaysTotal % of total children Chronic Runaway001013% Inadequate Supervision102039% Inadequate Food/Housing/Medical0040411% Parent Issues4210720% Physical Abuse001013% Rejection/Abandonment44811749% Violated Protective Order011026% Total9718135100% % of total children26%20%51%3%100%

26 Issue Pairing, Entry and Re-entry

27 Previous Episode Days in Care, By Judge - DeKalb County <=15 days 16-60 days 61-300 days >300 days Total (Judge) % of total children Crawford82101127% El-Amin2141820% Haynes56201332% Lohmeier001012% Peagler0022410% Shoenthal001012% Thomas100237% Total (Days)16911541100% % of total children39%22%27%12%100%

28 Days from Discharge to Re-Entry, By Judge - DeKalb

29 Previous Episode Days in Care, By Judge - Fulton County <=15 days 16-60 days 61-300 days >300 days Total (Judge) % of total children Belton001013% Blau91011131% Boyd0153926% Jackson300039% Kirk001126% Lovett210039% Scales0132617% Total (Days)14410735100% % of total children40%11%29%20%100%

30 Days from Discharge to Re-Entry, By Judge - Fulton <=15 days 16-60 days 61-300 days >300 days Total (Judge) % of total children Belton001013% Blau72201131% Boyd0090926% Jackson021039% Kirk011026% Lovett102039% Scales1221617% Total (Days)9718135100% % of total children26%20%51%3%100%

31 Substantiated Cases of Maltreatment-in-care What Do Last Year’s Cases Suggest About Opportunities for Prevention?

32 Types of Substantiated Allegations

33 Perpetrators of Substantiated Maltreatment

34 Placement Types of Substantiated Victims

35 County Updates

36 DeKalb County Placement Visitation Data January 2015

37 DeKalb County January 2015 OM 20A Child Visits AdministratorSupervisor RequiredMade% Lyles 548/533 97.26% Cox14013999.29% Hill15314192.16% Njenga16916798.82% Brathwaite86 100.00% Johnson 462/459 99.35% Scott107 100.00% VacantNA Jacob12312299.19% Pertiller959498.95% Bach13713699.27% Rayne 321/276 85.98% Macon16415594.51% Garrett14811275.68% King99100.00% Summary1341127895.30% Excellent 96.25% or greater Good 92% - 96.24% Needs Improvement <92% Kenny A. Mandate 96.25%

38 DeKalb County January 2015 OM 20B Child Private Visits Kenny A. Mandate 96.25% Excellent 96.25% or greater Good 92% - 96.24% Needs Improvement <92% Administrator SupervisorRequiredMade% Lyles 278/277 99.64% Cox70 100.00% Hill787798.72% Njenga85 100.00% Brathwaite45 100% Johnson 241/235 97.51% VacantNA Jacob636298.41% Pertiller49 100% Scott595593.22% Bach706998.57% Rayne 162/150 92.59% Macon837893.98% Garrett746790.54% King55100% Summary68666797.23%

39 DeKalb County January 2015 OM 21 Reunification Visits Excellent 85% or greater Good 75% - 84.9% Needs Improvement <75% Kenny A. Mandate 85% AdministratorSupervisor RequiredMade% Lyles 85/65 76.5% Cox00NA Hill472757.4% Njenga38 100% Brathwaite00NA Johnson 160/137 85.6% VacantNA Jacob42 100% Pertiller342470.6% Scott402767.5% Bach44 100% Rayne 120/55 45.8% Macon614370.5% Garrett581220.7% King100.0% Summary37026270.8%

40 DeKalb County January 2015 OM 22 Caretaker Visits Kenny A. Mandate 95% Excellent 95% or greater Good 87.5% - 94.9% Needs Improvement <87.5 Administrator SupervisorRequiredMade% Lyles 278/263 94.6% Cox706998.6% Hill786684.6% Njenga858397.6% Brathwaite45 100% Johnson 239/237 99.2% VacantNA Jacob63 100% Pertiller51 100% Scott57 100% Bach686697.1% Rayne 161/134 83.2% Macon827793.9% Garrett745473.0% King5360.0% Summary68363993.6%

41 DeKalb County January 2015 OM 23 Sibling Visits Excellent 90% or greater Good 80% - 89.9% Needs Improvement <80% Kenny A. Mandate 90% Administrator Supervisor RequiredMade% Lyles 41/33 80.5% Cox12975.0% Hill7571.4% Njenga11 100% Brathwaite11872.7% Johnson 27/26 96.3% VACANTNA Jacob77100% Pertiller4375.% Scott44100% Bach12 100% Rayne 21/13 61.9% Macon111090.9% Garrett10330.0% KingNA Summary917481.3%

42 OMGoalAugSeptOctNovDecJan Child Visits20 A96.25% 99.33%92.12%85.09%93.32%94.21%95.30% Child Private20 B96.25% 99.51%96.15%91.62%94.29%96.33%97.23% Reunifi cation2185% 92.9%64.9%76%73.3%75.1%70.8% Care taker2295% 97.2%91.2%83.1%89.1%91.4%93.6% Sibling2390% 93.5%75.3%73.1%88.9%81.3% DeKalb County Visitation Summary Aug 2014 to January 2015

43 Fulton County Placement Visitation Data FINAL January 2015

44 Fulton County January 2015 OM 20A Child Visits A Admin Supervisor SupervisorRequiredMade% Rudd 98.77% 241/244 Gooddine7474100% Hudson838096.39% Primes8787100% Scott-Morrow 100% 196/196 Booker113113100% Carter2424 Loving-Aberdeen2626 Sullivan3333 Walker 98.35% 238/242 Haynes6060100% Searcy12011898.33% Trim626096.77% Williams 97.04% 360/371 Beasly11210795.54 Bradley807695.00% Buggs110110100% Riggs696797.10% Summary1057103998.30% Excellent 96.25% or greater Good 92% - 96.24% Needs Improvement <92% Kenny A. Mandate 96.25%

45 Fulton County January 2015 OM 20B Child Private Visits Excellent 96.25% or greater Good 92% - 96.24% Needs Improvement <92% Kenny A. Mandate 96.25%Admin Supervisor SupervisorRequiredMade% Rudd 100% 126/126Gooddine3737100% Hudson4545 Primes4444 Scott-Morrow 100% 99/99Booker5757100% Carter1212 Loving-Aberdeen1313 Sullivan1717 Walker 100% 127/127Haynes3030100% Searcy6565 Trim3232 Williams 95.26% 181/190Beasly5656100% Bradley414097.56% Buggs585798.28% Riggs352880.00% Summary54453598.35%

46 Fulton County January 2015 OM 21 Reunification Visits Excellent 85% or greater Good 75% - 84.9% Needs Improvement <75% Kenny A. Mandate 85%Admin Supervisor SupervisorRequiredMade% Rudd 97.7% 42/43Gooddine99100% Hudson212095.2% Primes1313100% Scott-Morrow 100% 47/47Booker3434100% Carter44 Loving- Aberdeen 44100% Sullivan55 Walker 93.5% 29/31Haynes000% Searcy312993.5% Trim000% Williams 68.1% 62/91Beasly171164.7% Bradley221986.4% Buggs312064.5% Riggs211257.1% Summary21218084.9%

47 Fulton County January 2015 OM 22 Caretaker Visits Excellent 95% or greater Good 87.5% - 94.9% Needs Improvement <87.5 Kenny A. Mandate 95%Admin Supervisor SupervisorRequiredMade% Rudd 98.4% 122/124Gooddine3636100% Hudson444295.5% Primes4444100% Scott-Morrow 100% 97/97Booker5555100% Carter1212 Loving-Aberdeen1313 Sullivan1717 Walker 97.5% 115/118Haynes3030100% Searcy565496.4% Trim323196.3% Williams 100% 180/188Beasly565394.6% Bradley403895.00% Buggs5757100% Riggs353291.7% Summary52951697.5%

48 Fulton County January 2015 OM 23 Sibling Visits Excellent 90% or greater Good 80% - 89.9% Needs Improvement <80% Kenny A. Mandate 90%Admin Supervisor SupervisorRequiredMade% Rudd 100% 28/28Gooddine1212100% Hudson77 Primes99 Scott-Morrow 100% 21/21Booker1313100% Carter33 Loving-Aberdeen22 Sullivan33 Walker 93.3% 14/15Haynes33100% Searcy99 Trim3266.7% Williams 71.4% 25/35Beasly11981.8% Bradley10880.0% Buggs108 Riggs400% Summary998888.9%

49 OMGoalAugSeptOctNovDecJan. Child Visits 20 A 96.25%98.89%95.76%96.72%89.94%94.64%98.30% Child Private 20 B 96.25%99.64%98.93%99.64%94.95%95.13%98.35% Reunific ation 2185%88.6%82.7%82.4%69.3%73.1%84.9% Care taker 2295%98.0%95.1%95.6%86.9%93%97.5% Sibling2390%95.1%95.2%85.7%85.6%84.3%88.9% Fulton County Visitation Summary August 2014 to January 2015

50 8b / 8 in 8 Data Counties

51 DeKalb P15 8B Cohort Children Who Entered Care During Period 15 and Who Will Reach 24 Months in Care Between 1/1/2015 and 6/30/2015 3/1/2015 DeKalb needs 29 additional 8B exits by 6/30/2015 Newly Discharged 1 Children Remaining Eligible 37 Yes 1 Possible 3 No/Unlikely 33

52 Fulton P15 8B Cohort Children Who Entered Care During Period 15 and Who Will Reach 24 Months in Care Between 1/1/15 to 6/30/15 Fulton needs 0 additional 8b exits By 6/30/15 3/5 Newly Discharged 0 Children Remaining 29 No/Unlikely19 Yes4 Possible6

53 Region XIV 8x8 Results by Reporting Period P14P15P16P17P 18 Month Placement Started JulAugSeptOctNovDecTotal Month Presented at G2 Aver. OctNovDecJanFebMar Region XIV Children Reviewed 34 32403740 39236 All 8x8 requirements met 9.29.39.2181611878959 Percent of children with all 8x8 requirements met 27% 29%45%43%28%20%17.5%20%23.1%25% # Visits Due 2312392222732663002872732892841699 # Visits Made 1681771612252172232111942012191265 Percent of required visits made 73%74%73%82% 74% 71%70%77.1%75%

54 QA Review of 8 in 8 : Fulton Results for January 2015 Total NumberPercentInitialPlannedDisruptions Number of children 19757 Number of visits due 148564052 Number of visits made 111462639 Percent of visits made 75%82%65%75% All 8 in 8 requirements met 316%NA 3 All visits made but missed time or location requirement 316%3NA At least one in-placement visit in the 1 st wk 1368%346 At least one visit any location in the 1 st wk 1895%657

55 Workers who finished all 8 visits for children placed during the month of December Alicia Meeks Natasha Dailey Jasmine McCully Treonda Mathis Asia Miles Tamara Comer Shankeria Walker Chundra Williams- Lawhorn Shannon Williams Dionna Lambert

56 Supervisors of the STARS who finished all 8 visits for children placed during the month of December Lashandra Searcy x 2 Angela Booker Treonda Mathis Latanya Riggs Courtney Buggs Kniesha Primes Krystal Carter Ashley Gooddine Ebonisha Beasley

57 QA Review of 8 in 8 : DeKalb Results for December 2014 Total NumberPercentInitialPlannedDisruptions Number of children 20 1064 Number of visits due 136 654625 Number of visits made 108 513918 Percent of visits made 79% 78%85%72% All 8 in 8 requirements met 630% 411 All visits made but missed time or location requirement 210% NA2 At least one in-placement visit in the 1 st wk 1680% 1024 At least one visit any location in the 1 st wk 1890% 1044

58 Josephine Broderick Sherice Barnes KK Allen Cherie Morrow Tammy Arnold Corinne McClendon Zyska Walters (3) Molly Williamson Karissa Scott Workers who finished all 8 visits for children placed during the month of December! Shanice Mattocks Shaneak Slay Ski Bailey (3) Benjamin Bell Chyna Hill Djuana Ferguson Jarae Clark Samantha Mathurin

59 James Njenga x 3 Toni Scott x 3 Delia Hill x 3 Betty Brathwaite x 2 Laurie Pertiller Krystal Cox Jay Blake Supervisors of the STARS who finished all 8 visits for children placed during the month of December

60 Closing Remarks Director Bobby Cagle

61 Closing Remarks Director Bobby Cagle


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