Assessing the Feasibility of Creating and Maintaining a National Registry of Child Maltreatment Perpetrators: Research Report. Table 22. Barriers to Participating in a National Registry

09/01/2012

Table 22 (part 1 of 2). Barriers to Participating in a National Registry (continues)
STATE Not Enough Data as Currently Designed Will Need toTalk to Someone Because Too Little Data or Too Difficult to Interpret Differences in Definitions, Findings, Due Process and Expungement Rules Even within States Requires Changes to IT Systems and Availabiity of IT Resources (Cost and Personnel) Requires Staff Resources, including Training (Cost and Personnel)
N=36 States.
Alabama   X X X  
Alaska          
Arizona X   X X X
Arkansas X        
California     X X X
Colorado          
Connecticut          
Delaware     X X  
District of Columbia          
Florida   X X    
Georgia   X X    
Hawaii          
Idaho          
Illinois       X  
Indiana X   X    
Iowa          
Kansas     X    
Kentucky          
Louisiana     X    
Maine X X      
Maryland     X X  
Massachusetts          
Michigan X X     X
Minnesota         X
Mississippi          
Missouri X   X    
Montana          
Nebraska     X    
Nevada     X    
New Hampshire         X
New Jersey     X X X
New Mexico     X X X
New York     X X  
North Carolina          
North Dakota     X   X
Ohio   X X X  
Oklahoma       X X
Oregon X   X    
Pennsylvania          
Puerto Rico          
Rhode Island          
South Carolina X   X X  
South Dakota   X     X
Tennessee     X    
Texas X     X X
Utah          
Vermont          
Virginia     X X X
Washington          
West Virginia          
Wisconsin          
Wyoming       X X
Total 9 7 22 15 13

Table 22 (part 2 of 2). Barriers to Participating in a National Registry
State Name Risk of Legal Challenges High Potential for False Positives or False Negatives May be Incomplete, Inaccurate or Out of Date; Difficult to Maintain If Not All States Participate will not be Comprehensive Potential Need for Statutory and Policy Changes in order to Participate Number of Total Barriers
N=36 States.
Alabama     X     4
Alaska            
Arizona X X       6
Arkansas           1
California         X 4
Colorado     X   X 2
Connecticut X X X   X 4
Delaware     X     3
District of Columbia            
Florida X       X 4
Georgia           2
Hawaii            
Idaho            
Illinois X X       3
Indiana     X     3
Iowa            
Kansas     X X   3
Kentucky            
Louisiana X   X     3
Maine     X     3
Maryland     X     3
Massachusetts            
Michigan   X X     5
Minnesota           1
Mississippi            
Missouri   X     X 4
Montana            
Nebraska         X 2
Nevada           1
New Hampshire X       X 3
New Jersey   X       4
New Mexico X   X   X 6
New York   X X     4
North Carolina         X 1
North Dakota X   X     4
Ohio   X       4
Oklahoma           2
Oregon   X X     4
Pennsylvania            
Puerto Rico            
Rhode Island X X     X 3
South Carolina   X X     5
South Dakota   X X     4
Tennessee           1
Texas   X X     5
Utah            
Vermont            
Virginia         X 4
Washington            
West Virginia            
Wisconsin            
Wyoming           2
Total 9 13 17 1 11  

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