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  1. Mandated reporter - Wikipedia

    • In Malta, however, the new draft Child Protection Act (Out of Home Care),[37] introduces the obligation of mandatory reporting for all professionals and volunteers.[35]. Under UK law only local authority...

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  2. An overview of mandatory reporting laws, who must report, and what must be done.

    • Mandatory reporting laws differ for each state when it comes to child abuse – which includes physical abuse, sexual abuse, and emotional abuse.

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  3. Checklist: Are You a Mandatory Reporter of Child Abuse? - FindLaw

    • These mandatory reporting laws were instituted to help promote awareness of child abuse and early intervention, if possible.

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  4. Mandatory Reporting of Domestic Violence to | RESEARCH BIBLIOGRAPHY ON MANDATORY REPORTING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT BY HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS

    • With mandatory reporting laws, reporting is not limited to a specific group of individuals being treated by a health care professional.

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  5. Mandatory Reporters of Child Abuse and Neglect - Child Welfare Information Gateway

    • Reporting by other persons, the responsibilities of institutions in making reports, standards for making a report, and confidentiality of the reporter's identity also are discussed. Summaries of laws for all...

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  6. Mandatory Reporting of Domestic Violence | Find Family Law Lawyers Near You

    • So what does mandatory reporting really mean? California provides a relatively simple, clear example. In California, the mandatory reporting law requires that healthcare providers send in a report to...

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  7. Summary Guide for | Mandated Reporter (800) 635-1522 Public Hotline (800) 342-3720

    • Click on Laws of New York to access Social Services Law. When Am I Mandated to Report?
    • Mandated reporters who are social services workers have expanded reporting requirements.

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  8. Clergy as Mandatory | If the issue of privilege is not addressed in the reporting laws, it does not mean that privilege is not granted; it may be granted in other parts of State statutes.

    • Clergy as Mandatory Reporters of Child Abuse and Neglect.
    • While clergy-penitent privilege is frequently recognized within the reporting laws, it is typically interpreted narrowly in the context of...

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  9. Mandatory Reporters of | Approximately 48 States, the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands designate professions whose members are mandated by law to report child maltreatment.

    • Laws in 15 States make clear that, regardless of any policies within the organization, the mandatory reporter is not relieved of his or her responsibility to report.

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  10. Georgia State University Law Review | MANDATORY CHILD ABUSE REPORTING

    • Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Laws in Georgia: Strengthening Protection for Georgia’s Children. Matthew Johnson.

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