Help Parents Better Support Children
Enacted in 1975, the Child Support Enforcement (CSE) Program faces new realities that challenge the success of this essential program:
• Changing family dynamics: Incarceration rates have increased by more than 500% since 1975.
• Modification of obligations: Legislators and agencies are re-thinking the way child support obligations are established.
• Child support debt is growing: Approximately 25% of all U.S. inmates owe child support.
A Data-driven Approach is Critical to the Future Success of the CSE Program
Accurint for Government taps into the nation’s most comprehensive and current incarceration data network, with direct jail management system interfaces to over 2,800 jails and Department of Corrections (DOC) facilities. Collaborating with child support agencies across the country, we have identified a critical need for access to real-time incarceration data to successfully locate and monitor non-custodial parents (NCPs) who are in the various stages of incarceration.
This incarceration intelligence gives agencies access to accurate, timely data that allows agencies to locate and monitor NCPs, with the end goal of increasing child support payments.
Find out how LexisNexis® Risk Solutions can help your agency address child support enforcement challenges. Download our brochure today!