The Wisconsin Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board produces a number of publications to disseminate research and provide policy recommendations for improving systems to strengthen families and create safe, stable, and nurturing environments for children.
Abusive Head Trauma/Shaken Baby Syndrome Materials
Babies Cry Be Prepared,
Babies Cry Be Prepared - Spanish
Babies Cry Be Prepared - Hmong
This brochure serves as the required shaken baby syndrome prevention information to parents under Wis. Stats. §253.15. There is space on the back cover to for your agency's logo.
Core Competencies for Family Support Professionals 2018
The Wisconsin Core Competencies for Family Support Professionals discribe the knowledge, skills and attidues necessary to ensure professionalism and success in family support positions. The Core Competencies are composed of two modules, Direct Service Provider Core Competencies and Supervisor and Manager Core Competencies, and are designed to serve as a framework which family support providers and managers can use to guide professional development and determine future training needs.
Adverse Childhood Experiences
Adverse Childhood Experiences in Wisconsin: 2011 - 2015 Behavioral Risk Factor Survey Findings
Published in 2018, this report has the cumulative results from the data collected between 2011 - 2015 using the Wisconsin BRFS. The cumulative results of the Wisconsin ACE Study confirm the impact of ACEs on a wide spectrum of social, mental, and physical health outcomes.
What it Will Take Series
Child Maltreatment Prevention: Where We Stand and Directions for the Future
In 2010, the Prevention Board and the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families (WCCF) released a research report series, entitled “What it Will Take: Investing in Wisconsin’s Future by Keeping Kids Safe Today.” Please click on the following link to view the main report of the series.
The background briefs available include:
Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board 2017-19 Biennial Report
In October 2019, the Prevention Board submitted the 2017-2019 Biennial Report to the Governor and Legislature. This report outlines the implementation of the Board's mission, vision and strategic plan.