Youth in Foster Care: Data for the number of children in foster care and rate per 1,000 in the general population is available at the Region, Circuit and County level in the Child Welfare Services Trend Report posted on the Florida’s Center for Child Welfare site at:
Dually Served Youth: Youth with some level of concurrent involvement with the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. Florida Department of Juvenile Justice provides an interactive profile containing maps, tables, and charts comparing the general population of dually served youth. The profiles include offenses, race/ethnicity, and levels of placement or supervision within the department. Dually Served Youth data and information may be accessed via http://www.djj.state.fl.us/research/reports/reports-and-data/interactive-data-reports/djj-dcf-profile-of-dually-served-crossover-youth
The Baker Act Fiscal Year 2015/2016 Annual Report: This report, prepared by the Baker Act Reporting Center at the Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute at the University of South Florida, provides data and analyses regarding involuntary examinations for children. The data is provided by county of residence and by judicial circuit. It also includes a six-year trend analysis for the examinations.