SafeMeasures®

What Gets Measured Gets Managed

What Gets Measured Gets Managed

Service Beyond Data

Service Beyond Data

Know Where Your Children Are

Know Where Your Children Are

See Where You've Been and What's Ahead

See Where You've Been and What's Ahead

SafeMeasures®

“What gets measured gets managed, and what gets managed gets done.”

SafeMeasures® is a state-of-the-art reporting service that helps human services agencies improve client outcomes by transforming case management data into actionable information. Over the past 14 years, the SafeMeasures team has helped numerous child welfare and juvenile justice agencies improve performance with key performance indicators (KPI), process and outcome measures, data quality reports, and task lists/to-do reminders.

Contact us today to find out how SafeMeasures can help your agency improve performance and impact client outcomes.

Recent Blog Posts

Manage, Organize, and Prioritize: How the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services Used SafeMeasures® to Streamline Data Collection and Analysis

May 01, 2018 | by Cory Fink, Regional Director, Maryland Department of Juvenile Service, Eastern Shore Region
Prior to subscribing to SafeMeasures® in late 2012, the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services’ (DJS) data reporting was prone to human error and guesswork: case managers reported their data to unit managers, who reported it to their county supervisors and regional directors, who then attempted…

Video Blog: Danna Kipnis, Staff Development Officer, County of Riverside

April 01, 2018 | by National Council on Crime and Delinquency
Danna Kipnis, staff development officer in Riverside County and long-time SafeMeasures® user, discusses partnership with NCCD and shares a story about NCCD's proactive approach to customer service in this video blog.           

Navigating Data With SafeMeasures® Maps

March 01, 2018 | by Sarah Hesse, Business Analyst, NCCD
As we often assert, a primary goal of SafeMeasures® is to provide people with data in a way that supports their work. A great example is our maps, which we added to SafeMeasures in 2006—initially to show where foster care children are placed and where referrals occur. Since we added maps to…