The population count of Lauderdale County, AL was 92,780 in 2014.

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Demographics and Population Datasets Involving Lauderdale County, AL

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    Foster Care Children By Race Ethnicity

    data.smcgov.org | Last Updated 2015-06-03T21:51:22.000Z

    Number of children under age 21 in foster care as of July 1 of each year, by race/ethnicity. This is a point-in-time, unduplicated count of children under the supervision of county welfare departments and excludes cases under the supervision of county probation departments, out-of-state agencies, state adoptions district offices, and Indian child welfare departments. The total by race/ethnicity may not add up to total number of children in foster care due to missing values. U.S. totals reflect children in foster care as of Sept. 30 each year. N/A means that data are not available. Data Source: As cited on kidsdata.org, Needell, B., et al. (May 2014). Child Welfare Services Reports forCalifornia, U.C. Berkeley Center for Social Services Research; U.S. data come from Child Trends analysis of Adoption and Foster CareAnalysis and Reporting System data available through the National DataArchive on Child Abuse & Neglect, as cited on KIDS COUNT (May 2014). Retrieved on May 31, 2015.

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    2014 Daily Vehicle Miles Travelled By Town And Roadway Classification

    data.ct.gov | Last Updated 2015-10-19T18:38:55.000Z

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    First Entries Into Foster Care By Race Ethnicity

    data.smcgov.org | Last Updated 2015-06-03T22:09:29.000Z

    Rate of first entries into foster care per 1,000 children under age 18, by race/ethnicity. Rates represent a three-year average of data. First entries into foster care are unduplicated counts of children under the supervision of county welfare departments and exclude cases under the supervision of county probation departments, out-of-state agencies, state adoptions district offices, and Indian child welfare departments. LNE (Low Number Event) refers to data that have been suppressed because there were fewer than 20 children with first entries. N/A means that data are not available. Data Source: Needell, B., et al. (May 2014). Child Welfare Services Reports forCalifornia, U.C. Berkeley Center for Social Services Research. As cited on kidsdata.org, a program of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health. Retrieved on May 31, 2015.

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    First Entries Into Foster Care By Age

    data.smcgov.org | Last Updated 2015-06-03T22:12:33.000Z

    Rate of first entries into foster care per 1,000 children under age 18, by age group. Rates represent a three-year average of data. First entries into foster care are unduplicated counts of children under the supervision of county welfare departments and exclude cases under the supervision of county probation departments, out-of-state agencies, state adoptions district offices, and Indian child welfare departments. LNE (Low Number Event) refers to data that have been suppressed because there were fewer than 20 children with first entries. N/A means that data are not available. Data Source: Needell, B., et al. (May 2014). Child Welfare Services Reports forCalifornia, U.C. Berkeley Center for Social Services Research. As cited on kidsdata.org, a program of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health. Retrieved on May 31, 2015.

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    Número de beneficiarios de seguro social en Puerto Rico al final de cada año calendario por tipo de beneficiario / Number of Social Security beneficiaries in Puerto Rico at the end of each year by type of beneficiary

    www.indicadores.pr | Last Updated 2016-02-19T19:11:28.000Z

    Fuente: Social Security Administration, Research, Statistics, & Policy Analysis - OASDI Beneficiaries by State and County. Ver: https://www.ssa.gov/policy/docs/statcomps/oasdi_sc/index.html Nota: Presenta la cantidad de participantes bajo el Seguro Social, también conocido como Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI), para el mes de diciembre de cada año, por tipo de beneficiario (trabajador retirado, cónyuge de trabajador retirado, niño de trabajador retirado, cónyuge o padres de sobrevivientes, niños de sobrevivientes, trabajadores incapacitados, cónyuge de trabajadores incapacitados, niños de trabajadores incapacitados), por grupo de edad (65 años o mas), por sexo para Puerto Rico.

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    Foster Care Children By Age

    data.smcgov.org | Last Updated 2015-06-03T21:54:35.000Z

    Number of children under age 21 in foster care as of July 1 of each year, by age group. This is a point-in-time, unduplicated count of children under the supervision of county welfare departments and excludes cases under the supervision of county probation departments, out-of-state agencies, state adoptions district offices, and Indian child welfare departments. The total by age group may not add up to total number of children in foster care due to missing values. U.S. totals reflect children in foster care as of Sept. 30 each year. N/A means that data are not available. Note: Although U.S. data are not available for children ages 1-2 and 3-5, data for children ages 1-5, combined, is available on KIDS COUNT. Data Source: Needell, B., et al. (May 2014). Child Welfare Services Reports for California, U.C. Berkeley Center for Social Services Research; U.S. data come from Child Trends analysis of Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System data available through the National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect, as cited on KIDS COUNT (May 2014). Retrieved on May 31, 2015.

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    Foster Care Length of Time to Adoption

    data.smcgov.org | Last Updated 2015-06-03T21:41:17.000Z

    This indicator considers the children who are adopted from foster care each year, and then computes the number of children who are adopted less than 24 months from their most recent removal from home. Note that a minority of foster children are adopted; most are reunited with their family, while others exit to guardianship or age out of the system. Length of time to adoption is calculated based on an unduplicated count of children under the supervision of county welfare departments and excludes children under the supervision of county probation departments, out-of-state agencies, state adoptions district offices, and Indian child welfare departments. For percents, LNE (Low Number Event) refers to data that have been suppressed because there were fewer than 40 total cases that year. Data Source: Needell, B., et al. (May 2014). Child Welfare Services Reports forCalifornia, U.C. Berkeley Center for Social Services Research. As cited on kidsdata.org, a program of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health. Retrieved on May 31, 2015.