All mediators are mandatory reporters under the Community Justice Centres Act 1983 (NSW).
2. Mandatory reporting, originally developed in relation to child abuse, has spread to areas such as aged care and the Medical Practice Act in NSW via the Medical Practice Amendment Bill 2008.
Mandatory reporting and complaints handling – the protections. Presented by: Zara Officer Special Counsel (02) 9390 8427.
Numerous Acts (laws) help to govern and guide the process of child protection in the NSW.
NSW Requirements NSW introduced The Contaminated Land Management Act 1997 (CLMA 1997) which first imposed the requirement for mandatory reporting of contaminated sites that posed a “Significant Risk of Harm”.
Following an extensive review of the NSW child protection system, the Children Legislation Amendment (Wood Inquiry Recommendations) Act 2009 was
Keywords: child abuse, legal, legislation, mandatory reporting. Introduction Child abuse can be defined as “an act by parents, caregivers
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51. • certain child care providers or employees in the ECEC sector (ACT, SA, Tas, Vic).4. 5.6 The New South Wales mandatory reporting provision applies to:5.