The Colorado Child Fatality Prevention System (CFPS) has been reviewing cases and collecting data on child deaths in Colorado since 1989 and entering data into the NFR-CRS since 2004. This brief takes a look back over the last 10 years to highlight successes and identify next steps.
The purpose of this form is to better understand trends, risk factors and warning signs related to suicide deaths in order to provide targeted suicide prevention measures.
This report will provide readers with a better understanding of how policies and systems impact disparities observed in child deaths by geography, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
The purpose of the form is to capture risk factor and circumstance data in suspected or known cases of suicide, as well as general mortality information to be used in prevention efforts.
This report offers information on SUIDs occurring in 2017, as well as information on SUIDs across the last three years, 2015-2017.
This report identifies specific policy recommendations to prevent child fatalities in Colorado and provides an overview of programmatic accomplishments for state Fiscal Year 2017-18.
This report highlights 2019 accomplishments and findings of the Delaware CDRC, which conducts three types of fatality review programs with a focus on maternal child health: CDR/SDY, (FIMR), and MMR.
In 2018, 843 children under the age of 18 years died in Arizona. Arizona Child Fatality Review Teams reviewed 100% of these deaths and determined 39%could have been prevented (n=327).