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Women who kill their children are given sympathy and sentenced to "treatment" while men who do the same thing are charged with murder and sentenced to life.

Perhaps it is not a coincidence that women are many times more likely to murder their offspring than men.  More ..

Child Abuse and Neglect - Canada Statistics

Child abuse in Canada

Health Canada, Child Maltreatment Section states "Child maltreatment can be categorized into several broad types including physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect/failure to provide, and emotional maltreatment.

Physical abuse (child abuse) is the deliberate application of force to any part of a child's body, which results or may result in a non-accidental injury. Physical abuse may include shaking, choking, biting, kicking, burning, poisoning, holding a child under water, or any other harmful or dangerous use of force or restraint. Most child physical abuse is associated with physical punishment or is confused with child discipline.

Sexual abuse (child abuse) occurs when an adult or youth uses a child for sexual purposes. Sexual abuse includes fondling, intercourse, incest, sodomy, exhibitionism, and commercial exploitation through prostitution or the production of pornographic materials.

Neglect/failure to provide (child abuse)occurs when a child's parents or caregivers do not provide the requisite attention to the child's emotional, psychological, or physical development.

Emotional maltreatment (child abuse) involves acts or omissions by parents or caregivers that cause or could cause serious behavioural, cognitive, emotional, or mental disorders. Emotional maltreatment can include verbal threats, socially isolating a child, intimidation, exploitation, terrorizing, or routinely making unreasonable demands on a child."

Public Health Agency of Canada Releases Key Study on Reported Child Abuse And Neglect

Press Release, October 4, 2005

OTTAWA - The Public Health Agency of Canada today released the report of the second cycle of the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect (CIS), a national child health surveillance activity that provides information in the area of child abuse and neglect.  More ..

Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) /
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Family Violence in Canada: A Statistical Profile 2003 /
La violence familiale au Canada: un profil statistique 2003

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2001 - Murders of children

Fortunately, the number of children murdered in Canada is very low.

view / read the 2003 report in english pdf (360 kb)  débute français pdf (460 kb)

view / read the 2004 report in english pdf (360 kb)  débute français pdf

Criminal Code of Canada
Murder, Manslaughter and Infanticide


233. A female person commits infanticide when by a willful act or omission she causes the death of her newly-born child, if at the time of the act or omission she is not fully recovered from the effects of giving birth to the child and by reason thereof or of the effect of lactation consequent on the birth of the child her mind is then disturbed. R.S., c. C-34, s. 216.

A mother who murdered her baby committed a lesser crime than if she had killed an adult .... It doesn't make sense.

The law has always treated the murder of an infant by the mother as a lesser crime than murder of an older child or adult. Sections 216 and 590 of the Criminal Code of Canada are a reflection of a reluctance to find the mother guilty of murder of her baby. Now, the Law Reform Commission of Canada and the Butler Committee has proposed abolishing sections 216 and 590. The author agrees that the abolishment of Canada's infanticide provisions is the logical change to the law.

Mentally ill murderers will always have the legal defence of "diminished capacity", whether they are male or female. Depression after giving birth is a medical condition which is one of the mental illnesses that cause "diminished capacity".

On October 4th, 2005, The Public Health Agency of Canada released the report of the second cycle of the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect Major Findings2003 (CIS).

The study highlights a dramatic 125 percent increase in the incidence of substantiated child abuse and neglect cases in 2003, the most recent period measured.

Canadian Statistics - Child Abuse and Neglect

Child Maltreatment in Canada - Overview Paper - 2006

by Susan Jack, RN, PhD, Catharine Munn, MD, FRCP(C), Chiachen Cheng, MD, MPH, FRCP(C), and Harriet MacMillan, MD, MSc, FRCP(C)

As an update of the Child Abuse and Neglect Overview Paper (1997), this paper highlights the epidemiology of child maltreatment, including incidence, prevalence and correlates, based predominantly on, but not limited to, Canadian research and data. Newly released data from studies such as the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect-2003 are highlighted. The paper concludes with a list of references, resources and contact information for individuals requiring further information about child maltreatment. 2006, 13 p.

Les mauvais traitements infligés aux enfants au Canada - Aperçu - 2006

par Susan Jack, RN, PhD, Catharine Munn, MD, FRCP(C), Chiachen Cheng, MD, MPH, FRCP(C), et Harriet MacMillan, MD, MSc, FRCP(C)

En tant que mise à jour de La violence et la négligence à l'égard des enfants (1997), ce document présente l’épidémiologie de la violence envers les enfants, y compris son incidence, sa prévalence et ses corrélations, et repose en grande partie sur des données et des recherches canadiennes. On y met en évidence de nouvelles données provenant d’études comme l’Étude canadienne sur l'incidence des signalements de cas de violence et de négligence envers les enfants (2003). Le document se termine par une liste de références, de ressources et de personnes-ressources pour les gens qui veulent obtenir d’autres renseignements sur la violence faite aux enfants. 2006, 14 p.

Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect - Major Findings - 2003 Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect - Major Findings - 2003

Étude canadienne sur l'incidence des signalements de cas de violence et de négligence envers les enfants - 2003

Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect - 2003

by Nico Trocmé et al.
The Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect (CIS) is the core national child maltreatment surveillance activity of the Public Health Agency of Canada. This is the report of the major findings of the second cycle of the CIS (CIS-2003). The primary objective is to provide reliable estimates of the scope and characteristics of reported child abuse and neglect. The CIS-2003 addresses the five principal forms of maltreatment: physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, emotional maltreatment and exposure to domestic violence. 2005, 160p.

Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect (CIS-1) (2001)
Étude canadienne sur l'incidence des signalements de cas de violence et de négligence envers les enfants - 2001

The Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect (CIS) ( 2001)  is the first nation-wide study to examine the incidence of reported child maltreatment and the characteristics of children and families investigated by Canadian child welfare services. The CIS addresses the four principal forms of maltreatment: physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect and emotional maltreatment.

At a glance... The Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect

At a Glance ....The Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect (CIS) 2001

The objective of this four page fact sheet, is to provide readers with a snapshot of the CIS.  At a glance ... outlines the goals, methods and key results from the study. Definitions of the four categories of maltreatment and the respective subcategories are given. This document is intended for educators, media, parent groups, and other interested parties.

Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect 2001

Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect 2001 - Selected Results.

CMIC is a companion to the CIS Final Report and presents substantiated rates of reported child maltreatment in Canada from the CIS data set. This report is intended for a wider audience than the CIS Final Report. Information in the document is enriched with graphs and tables

Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect

Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect (CIS): Final Full Report - 2001

This publication presents the major descriptive findings from the CIS. This report is directed to a professional audience. The goal of the document is to explain the methodology of the CIS and presents the study's findings in detail. Included in the CIS Final Report is an executive summary which provides a brief, accessible synopsis of the research results.

Étude canadienne sur l'incidence des signalements de cas de violence et de négligence envers les enfants - 2001

Canadian Statistics (1998)

An estimated 135,573 child maltreatment investigations were conducted in Canada in 1998. This figure corresponds to an estimated incidence rate of 21.52 investigations per 1,000 children. It is important to keep in mind, however, that this incidence rate includes all child maltreatment investigations, regardless of whether the report was substantiated or not.

Almost half (45%) of these reports were substantiated by the investigating worker. The remaining investigations either had insufficient information to substantiate, but the worker maintained suspicion that maltreatment had occurred (22%), or the worker determined on the basis of the investigation that the child had not been maltreated (33%). Of the estimated 21.52 investigations per 1,000 children in Canada in 1998, an estimated 9.71 per 1,000 were substantiated, 4.71 per 1,000 were suspected, and 7.09 per 1,000 were unsubstantiated.

Categories of Maltreatment

Child neglect was the most common reason for investigation (40% of all investigations), followed by physical abuse (31%), emotional maltreatment (19%), and sexual abuse (10%). The substantiation rate for emotional maltreatment as the primary reason for investigation was highest of all four categories of maltreatment (54% substantiated), whereas the other three categories had similar levels of substantiation (physical abuse: 34%, sexual abuse: 38%, neglect: 43%).

Link to 1998 webpage


News Release - University of Pennsylvania

OCTOBER 17, 2005

Penn Study Finds Physically Abused Boys May Be More Likely to Commit Domestic Violence As Adults

Most Abuse of Boys Done by Parents ... Most Frequently Mothers

(Philadelphia, PA) - According to a study in the October 18 issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine, a history of childhood physical abuse may be common in men from urban settings, and these men with physical abuse histories may be more likely to commit domestic violence. The study found that the childhood abuse was primarily committed by parents, with mothers being the most frequent abusers. More ..

Female Aggression

"Relational aggression is behavior specifically intended to hurt another child's friendships or feelings of inclusion in a peer group."
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U.S. Statistics Child Abuse ( Child Maltreatment )

U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services Study indicating that women are the main perpetrators of abuse of children 77% of the time that the child protection agencies investigate.

The DHHS 2003 Child Maltreatment Study
The DHHS 2002 Child Maltreatment Study
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The US's NIS-3 study, expanded data sources to include untrained people (e.g. sheriff's offices), but still indicate the patterns of maltreatment for various types of parents.

This report states that natural parents account for some 78% of child maltreatment. It states that 46% of the time the natural father was involved and 75% of the time the natural mother was involved (sometimes both were involved).

Natural mothers tend to inflict more fatal (78% of the time, too low to measure for natural fathers), serious (81% vs. 43%) and moderate (72% vs 48%) abuse on the child than do natural fathers. You can see this from these NIS tables from Chapter 6 in PDF format. The complete chapter is available at NIS Chapter 6

More information can be obtained from the US Administration for Children and Families.


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Newspaper Articles About Child Abuse and Neglect

Associated Press

Boy locked in room for three years by dad

Associated Press, many U.S. and Canadian newspapers, Friday, October 13, 2006

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. U.S.A. (AP) -- A man has been charged with torturing his nine-year-old son by keeping him locked in a bedroom for much of the last three years, a surveillance camera tracking his every move, authorities said Thursday.

The home of Randall Warren Piercy, 41, was like a prison that had cameras in almost every room, with the father monitoring the boy on television and computer screens, Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Lt. Annie Smith said. More ..

The Globe and Mail

Role of CAS questioned after Barrie slayings

The Globe and Mail (Canada's largest national newspaper), ANTHONY REINHART AND CHRISTIE BLATCHFORD, October 12, 2006

The mother accused of first-degree murder in the deaths of her two little girls last week was admitted to a psychiatric ward of a local hospital as a suicidal patient just five months earlier.

Frances Elaine Campione, The Globe and Mail has confirmed, was admitted to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Barrie, Ont., for an emergency assessment.

The 31-year-old's history in an active file at the Children's Aid Society of Simcoe County raises alarming questions about why the agency returned her two vulnerable youngsters Serena, 3, and Sophia, who was just a year old to her care and what workers and supervisors were doing to monitor her.

Ms. Campione was admitted to hospital early last June after taking an overdose of medication and leaving a suicide note. She was discharged June 30, and within a week or so, The Globe has learned, had managed to regain custody of the little girls and had them back living with her.

Ms. Campione was discharged the same day that another mother who was on the ward at the same time walked out of the Royal Vic but with a battery of support services in place. More ..

Mother fronts court over axe attack

Herald Sun, Australia, By Elissa Hunt, December 9, 2005

A YOUNG mum accused of chopping off her son's leg with an axe faced court yesterday charged with attempted murder.
The woman, 21, walked into court No. 1 at Melbourne Magistrates' Court shortly before 1pm with the help of Box Hill CIU detectives.
The little boy, aged 20 months, was the youngest child in Australia and the second youngest in the world to have a leg reattached after it was severed on November 7. More ..

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Mother guilty of feeding cocaine to toddler

The Toronto Star, Peter Small Courts Bureau, April 02, 2009

A 26-year-old mother has been convicted of steadily giving her toddler cocaine over 14 months, finally administering a near-lethal dose that left him brain-damaged.

"It's difficult to see what would motivate her to give him cocaine, possibly to stop his crying, or to get him to sleep, or to control him. Was it to punish him or to get back at the father?" Justice Tamarin Dunnet said yesterday. More..

ABC News

Mom Smoked Meth While Breast-Feeding Son

Pleads Guilty to Endangering 9-Month-Old Boy

ABC News, U.S.A., Aug. 17, 2005

A Salem, Oregon, U.S.A., meth-addicted mother pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges that she endangered her 9-month-old son by smoking the drug while breast-feeding him.

Prosecutors say going after mothers who knowingly endanger their children by feeding them drug-tainted breast milk is another way of tackling the state's problem with methamphetamines.

The drug is such a problem that Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski signed a law Tuesday requiring people to get a prescription to buy cold and allergy medication containing pseudoephedrine, one of the key ingredients people use to make meth. More ..

Canadian Press

"Ontario woman convicted of son's starvation death granted full parole"

Canadian Press. Wednesday, May. 22, 2002

KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) -- An Ontario woman who was sentenced to 16 years in prison in one of Canada's stiffest penalties for child abuse will be released on full parole after serving less than half her term.

Lorelei Turner, 38, and her husband Steven were convicted of manslaughter in July 1995 for beating and starving their three-year-old son John to death in a case that horrified Canadians who followed the trial.

But on Wednesday, a panel of the National Parole Board in this eastern Ontario city ruled Turner will be released but placed on probation until July 2011.

Until then, she must remain within 25 kilometres of her residence, is not allowed unsupervised contact with anyone under 16, and must continue to receive counselling.

"The board would have looked at the risk and obviously found a low risk to reoffend," Carol Sparling of the National Parole Board said Wednesday. More ..

Mom Allegedly Beats Sons Over Marijuana

Associate Press, various media in U.S.A. and Canada, Information from: Marietta Daily Journal, Feb. 11, 2005

SMYRNA, Ga., U.S.A. - A mother has been arrested for throwing cans of beer at her children and beating her oldest son after he refused to roll joints for her, police said. More ..

Mother Killed Baby: Charged After Baby's Arms Severed

Associated Press, By LISA FALKENBERG, Nov 23, 2004

PLANO, Texas (AP) -- With a calm, dispassionate voice and a hymn playing in the background, Dena Schlosser confessed to the unthinkable, telling a 911 operator she'd cut off the arms of her baby girl.

The woman was sitting in her living room covered with blood when police arrived Monday. Her nearly 11-month-old daughter lay fatally injured in a crib in a bedroom of the family's apartment in Plano. The child died shortly afterward at a hospital.

Police have charged the 35-year-old mother with capital murder, but declined to reveal where she is being held. More ..

Canadian Press

Money for abused
Mount Cashel victims offered deal

The Canadian Press, Toronto Sun, Thursday, April 24, 2003

ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. --  Victims of abuse at the hands of Christian brothers at the Mount Cashel orphanage will receive between $20,000 and $600,000 in compensation.

But first they will have to agree to abandon all legal action against the province, police or the Roman Catholic Church -- a stipulation that angers some victims.

"The government has responsibility, liability for what went wrong," said J.J. Byrne, a former Mount Cashel resident and spokesman for victims, in an interview yesterday. More ..

Pair who caged sons get longer jail terms
Nine months `unfit' sentence, court rules
Mother now gets 5 years, father 4 years


Nine months in jail is a "demonstrably unfit" sentence for a Blackstock couple who beat and caged their adoptive sons, crimes that were "shocking to the conscience of the community" and "cry out for a significant penitentiary sentence," the Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled.

"The facts as found by the trial judge unequivocally establish the horrendous abuse of two young boys by their parents for more than a decade," Justice Eleanore Cronk wrote on behalf of the court, which set aside the widely criticized sentences yesterday. More..

Letourneau released from prison

Notorious teacher seduced preteen student

Associated Press, CNN various newspapers, U.S.A., August 4, 2004 More..

Letourneau released from prison
Teacher's ex-lover 'can't wait to see her'

CNN, AP, U.S.A., Wednesday, August 4, 2004 More..

Teacher Accused Of Breaking Student's Arm 11-Year-Old's Arm Broken In School

WPLG-TV, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.A., May 12, 2004 More..

Abusive mother ordered to pay children $975,000

Older siblings are terrorized, younger ones are treasured

Francine Dube, National Post, March 7, 2003 More..

Boy adopted last month beaten to death

Associated Press, USA, December 22, 2003

SCHAUMBURG, Illinois (AP) -- A 6-year-old boy adopted from Russia only last month was beaten to death, and police charged his adoptive mother with murder. More..

Convicted mom may get kids

The state Supreme Court will likely decide whether a parent can rehabilitate herself after harming a child, and can be trusted to be a parent again. More..

The Globe and Mail

Woman held in beating deaths of sons

The Globe and Mail, Associated Press, May. 13, 2003, Page A15 More..

Day care investigated over frigid fire drill

National Post and other newspapers, CanWest News Service, January 31, 2004

CALGARY - A Calgary day-care centre has been investigated by Child and Family Services after a fire drill sent children outside with no shoes in -30 C weather with a high wind chill.

"We have confirmed that an incident took place that breached a number of regulations," said Tom Rosettis, regional manager of Child and Family Services. More..

Mystery of mummified baby solved

Businesswoman's daughter: Toronto detective determines girl died in 1985
National Post, by Siri Agrell, June 27, 2003  More..

"Murder in the nursery"

Australian mom killed her 4 babies

TORONTO SUN, By Michele Mandel, May 23, 2003

It seemed a tragic coincidence - at first.  More..

Parents Spoiled Girls, Starved Boys: COPS

New York Post, by ANGELINA CAPPIELLO and KATE SHEEHY, October 27, 2003  More..

Custody granted to child abusers

Toronto agency made realization only after child died: 'We didn't check the file' on the grandparents' assault convictions, CAS director admits

National Post, Christie Blatchford, February 22, 2003  More..

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