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Children experiencing child abuse ages 5-11

Definition:
"Abuse" means any willful act or threatened act that results in any physical, mental, or sexual injury or harm that causes or is likely to cause the child's physical, mental, or emotional health to be significantly impaired. Abuse of a child includes acts or omissions.

Why do we measure this?
Child maltreatment and abuse is one of the greatest socil maladies of our time. Tracking statistics helps quantify, if only superficially, the significance of the problem.



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Alachua County Florida
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Children experiencing child abuse ages 5-11, Rate Per 100,000 Population 5-11, Single Year
AlachuaFlorida
YearCountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
CountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
2019 102 18,886 540.1* 104.5 10,856 1,638,189 662.7 12.4
2018 86 18,500 464.9* 98.0 12,648 1,623,068 779.3 13.5
2017 124 18,135 683.8* 119.9 13,736 1,601,169 857.9 14.3
2016 203 17,648 1,150.3* 157.3 14,768 1,587,441 930.3 14.9
2015 289 17,492 1,652.2* 188.9 15,970 1,579,017 1011.4 15.6
2014 207 17,107 1,210.0* 163.8 16,357 1,566,848 1043.9 15.9
2013 338 16,556 2,041.6* 215.4 17,509 1,549,765 1129.8 16.6
2012 340 16,405 2,072.5* 218.0 18,817 1,538,427 1223.1 17.4
2011 360 16,385 2,197.2* 224.5 19,154 1,539,272 1244.4 17.5
2010 361 16,390 2,202.6* 224.7 17,942 1,526,882 1175.1 17.1
2009 462 17,936 2,575.8* 231.8 16,356 1,603,079 1020.3 15.6
2008 460 17,715 2,596.7* 234.2 16,094 1,607,894 1000.9 15.4
2007 365 17,370 2,101.3* 213.3 17,652 1,609,110 1097.0 16.1
2006 382 17,081 2,236.4* 221.7 19,228 1,593,752 1206.5 16.9
2005 315 16,573 1,900.7* 207.9 19,013 1,571,572 1209.8 17.1
2004 337 16,999 1,982.5* 209.6 18,458 1,530,603 1205.9 17.3
2003 136 17,566 774.2 129.6 10,148 1,504,327 674.6 13.1
Children experiencing child abuse ages 5-11, Rate Per 100,000 Population 5-11, 2019
CountySortCountSortDenomRateSortMOV
(+/-)
Florida 10,856 1,638,189 662.7 12.4
Alachua 102 18,886 540.1* 104.5
Baker 19 2,593 732.7 328.2
Bay 136 15,147 897.9* 150.2
Bradford 10 2,197 455.1 281.4
Brevard 297 42,035 706.6 80.1
Broward 678 157,493 430.5* 32.3
Calhoun 6 1,212 495.0 395.1
Charlotte 146 8,273 1,764.7* 283.7
Citrus 96 8,512 1,127.9* 224.3
Clay 204 19,750 1,032.9* 141.0
Collier 202 24,999 808.0* 111.0
Columbia 53 5,987 885.3 237.3
Miami-Dade 475 218,280 217.6* 19.5
DeSoto 42 2,603 1,613.5* 484.0
Dixie 4 1,199 333.7
Duval 673 85,292 789.1* 59.4
Escambia 386 26,117 1,478.0* 146.4
Flagler 72 7,209 998.8* 229.6
Franklin 5 760 657.7 574.6
Gadsden 31 4,114 753.5 264.2
Gilchrist 15 1,361 1,102.5 554.8
Glades 11 804 1,368.5 803.2
Gulf 2 1,027 194.8
Hamilton 9 1,041 864.7 562.5
Hardee 27 2,823 956.4 359.0
Hendry 56 4,179 1,340.2* 348.6
Hernando 83 13,510 614.3 131.8
Highlands 73 6,915 1,055.6* 240.9
Hillsborough 882 127,411 692.3 45.5
Holmes 10 1,542 648.5 400.6
Indian River 60 9,560 627.6 158.3
Jackson 21 3,524 595.9 254.1
Jefferson 3 1,012 296.5
Lafayette 3 696 431.0
Lake 93 26,650 349.0* 70.8
Lee 331 50,240 658.8 70.7
Leon 113 21,298 530.6* 97.6
Levy 31 3,190 971.7 340.4
Liberty 7 598 1,169.8 861.5
Madison 12 1,424 842.6 474.7
Manatee 365 27,791 1,313.4* 133.9
Marion 290 26,167 1,108.2* 126.8
Martin 91 9,941 915.4* 187.2
Monroe 21 4,198 500.2 213.4
Nassau 71 6,614 1,073.5* 248.4
Okaloosa 206 17,529 1,175.2* 159.5
Okeechobee 49 3,323 1,474.5* 409.8
Orange 598 119,712 499.5* 39.9
Osceola 182 35,200 517.0* 74.9
Palm Beach 449 106,999 419.6* 38.7
Pasco 444 41,974 1,057.8* 97.9
Pinellas 760 61,048 1,244.9* 88.0
Polk 438 59,430 737.0* 68.8
Putnam 85 6,103 1,392.8* 294.0
St. Johns 111 21,673 512.2* 95.0
St. Lucie 150 23,697 633.0 101.0
Santa Rosa 158 15,352 1,029.2* 159.7
Sarasota 151 23,441 644.2 102.4
Seminole 184 38,837 473.8* 68.3
Sumter 25 3,610 692.4 270.5
Suwannee 30 3,852 778.9 277.6
Taylor 11 1,831 600.9 354.0
Union 6 1,216 493.3 393.7
Volusia 363 37,046 979.9* 100.3
Wakulla 20 2,653 753.9 329.1
Walton 111 5,530 2,007.3* 369.7
Washington 8 1,960 408.2 282.3

7/8/2020 10:25 PM
FLHealthCharts.com is provided by the Florida Department of Health, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management.

Data Source: Department of Children and Families, Florida Safe Families Network Data Mart
Data Note(s)
  • Unduplicated count of children who were victims of at least one verified maltreatment by county of intake.
  • County is based on the earliest Intake County received by the Hotline for a Child if there is more than one Intake during the calendar year.
  • Age is based on the earliest Age of a Child if more than one intake occurs during the calendar year.
  • The state total may be greater than the sum of the counties if any records had unknown counties.
  • This is secondary, quantitative data.
  • Chart will display if there are at least three years of data.
  • Multi-year counts are a sum of the selected years, not an average.
  • Quartiles are calculated when data is available for at least 51 counties.
  • MOV - Measure of Variability: Probable range of values resulting from random fluctuations in the number of events. Not calculated when numerator is below 5 or denominator is below 20, or count or rate is suppressed. The MOV is useful for comparing rates to a goal or standard. For example, if the absolute difference between the county rate and the statewide rate is less than the MOV, the county rate is not significantly different from the statewide rate (alpha level = 0.05). When the absolute difference between the county rate and the statewide rate is greater than the MOV, the county rate is significantly different from the statewide rate. MOV should not be used to determine if the rates of two different counties, or the county rates for two different years, are statistically significantly different.
  • Denom - abbreviated for Denominator.
  • Population estimates are not available for persons whose county of residence is unknown. Given this, the denominator and associated rate are not available.
  • * - Indicates the county rate is statistically significantly different from the statewide rate.
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