Child Abuse Registry

Welcome to Child Protective Services Information System
(Child Abuse Registry)

Georgia’s Division of Family and Children Services works to ensure the safety and protection of all Georgia’s children. Senate Bill 138 section 11 was codified into Georgia code 49-5-182 which requires the Division of Family and Children Services to establish and maintain a registry of all substantiated cases of abuse and neglect into a centralized Child Protective Services Information System(Child Abuse Registry). The Division of Family and Children Services will enter the names of all maltreators with a substantiated case of child abuse and/or neglect on or after July 1, 2016 into the Child Protective Services Information System (Child Abuse Registry).

Benefits:

  • Promote a more efficient method of sharing child abuse information with other states as required by law.
  • Central repository where substantiated investigated child abuse and neglected reports are stored and maintained.
  • Comply with State of Georgia laws and regulations.
  • Comply with the Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) child welfare policy and practices.