Assessing the Feasibility of Creating and Maintaining a National Registry of Child Maltreatment Perpetrators: Research Report. Table 21. Benefits to Participating in a National Registry

09/01/2012

Table 21. Benefits to Participating in a National Registry
STATE Save Time Save Money Direct Local Access More and More Timely Knowledge is Useful for Child Safety Help Comply with Foster and Adoptive Parent Checks Improve Worker Safety Improve Cross-State Information Accessibility Single Source of Information Number of Total Benefits
N=36 States. Note: Colorado’s did not see any benefits of a National Registry at the time.
Alabama X X X X X     X 5
Alaska                  
Arizona       X       X 2
Arkansas X     X   X X   4
California X     X       X 3
Colorado                  
Connecticut X       X   X   3
Delaware X             X 2
District of Columbia                  
Florida X     X       X 3
Georgia       X X     X 3
Hawaii                  
Idaho                  
Illinois X X   X X   X   5
Indiana X     X X   X   4
Iowa                  
Kansas X X   X X     X 5
Kentucky                  
Louisiana X     X     X   3
Maine X     X         2
Maryland X           X X 3
Massachusetts                  
Michigan X           X X 3
Minnesota                  
Mississippi                  
Missouri X X   X     X   4
Montana                  
Nebraska       X     X X 3
Nevada X X   X         3
New Hampshire               X 1
New Jersey X             X 2
New Mexico X     X X       3
New York     X X X     X 4
North Carolina       X     X   2
North Dakota X X           X 3
Ohio       X     X   2
Oklahoma X     X       X 3
Oregon X       X   X X 4
Pennsylvania                  
Puerto Rico X           X X 3
Rhode Island X   X X     X   4
South Carolina X     X X   X X 5
South Dakota X       X   X   3
Tennessee X           X   2
Texas       X X   X   3
Utah                  
Vermont                  
Virginia               X 1
Washington                  
West Virginia                  
Wisconsin                  
Wyoming             X   1
Total 25 6 3 22 12 1 19 19  

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