The Times looks at child fatalities
The Times' two-day child fatalities series analyzes missed opportunities in one local boy's death and shine a light on abuse and neglect in the region.
Eighteen-month-old Anthony Mogan's pediatrician had her suspicions about the little boy's welfare, but chose not to tell authorities.
Cindi Szany talks about her 1-1/2 year-old grandson, Anthony Mogan, who died in October 2008 after a beating.
More than 25 percent of doctors who believed a child's injuries were abuse-related failed to report their concerns to child protective services, a recent study found.
INDIANAPOLIS | How can one person with a small budget reinspire confidence in the Department of Child Services?
Seven region children lost their lives to violence between June 30, 2007, and July 1, 2008, a report released today shows.
Ms. Gilman says she found her son, Jesse Gilman Jr., hunched over in his Lowell apartment, his face buried in his hands.
One preventable child death is too many. Seven deaths in one year in one county -- all the result of child abuse or neglect -- is appalling.
If you could learn how to save a child's life, would you eagerly undergo the free training? It is tragic that too few people -- including doctors -- will do this.
Forty-six children died from abuse or neglect in 2008 in Indiana, according to the state's Department of Child Services annual report. Presented here are the death totals since 2003. Click on a year to highlight counties where deaths occurred. Run your mouse over each one to learn more infor…
Read the Child Abuse and Neglect Annual Reports of Child Fatalities from the Indiana Department of Child Services from 2003 to 2008.