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Programming Logic for Child Welfare Outcomes and CFSR Round 2 Data Profiles

Published: August 16, 2012
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Reporting Systems
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This is a historical document. Use for research and reference purposes only.

This section contains programming logic (SPSS Syntax) for the Child Welfare Outcomes and Measures and the Child and Family Services Reviews Round 2 Data Profile.

Outcome Programming Logic (SPSS Syntax) and Documentation: For the Child Welfare Outcomes and Measures
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ReadMe1st.txt
9899FC_Context.sps
Adopt-Context.sps
9899CWOMeasures.sps
9899PointInTime.sps
AdoptCodeBook.doc
FCCodeBook.doc
FYAFCARS-Const.doc (Updated 8/11/00)

CFSR Round Two Safety Measures:

A. Syntax to convert masterv1.txt file (NCANDS file processed by the validation system)
B. Syntax to compute Measure 1.2, Absence of Maltreatment Recurrence
C. Syntax to compute Measure 2.1, Absence of Maltreatment in Foster Care
D. County Fips Codes SPSS file used in above syntax to compute counts and percents by county

Programming Logic (SPSS Syntax) and Documentation: For the Child and Family Services Reviews (CFSR) Round 2 Data Profile

Permanency Section of the Data Profile
Documentation and File Preparation
Fiscal Year 1997
Fiscal Year 1998
Fiscal Year 1999
Fiscal Year 2000
Fiscal Year 2001
Fiscal Year 2002

Safety Section of the Data Profile

The Children's Bureau will send this syntax automatically to each State that has submitted an NCANDS DCDC data file. These will be sent by November 30, 2001.
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Readme.txt
Section I (Reports)
Section I (Duplicate Children)
Section I (Unique Children)
Section II (Reports)
Section II (Duplicate Children)
Section II (Unique Children)
Section III (Duplicate Children)
Section III (Unique Children)
Section IV (Unique Children)
Section IV (Unique Children)
Section V (Unique Children)
Section VI (Unique Children)
Section VII (Unique Children)

This is a historical document. Use for research and reference purposes only.
Last Reviewed: October 2, 2015