Psychologists in New South Wales, Queensland, and the ACT are mandated to report
Mandatory reporting is a term used to describe the legislative requirement imposed on selected
NSW. Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998 including the Children Legislation Amendment (Wood Inquiry Recommendations)Act 2009.
Professionals responsible for mandated reporting Edit. In many US states, mandatory reporting requirements apply to all people in the state.
As a mandatory reporter in NSW, you are required to report concerns you have about a child being at suspected risk of significant harm.
To help reporters decide whether a case needs to be reported to the Child Protection Helpline, both mandatory and non-mandatory reporters may access advice via the Making a Child Protection Report web pages or the NSW
Local Media Reports.
· The psychologists employed on Preventure are mandatory reporters as defined in NSW. legislation, meaning they have a legal duty to make a report to Community Services (formerly known as DoCS...
Mandatory reporters are defined in NSW legislation.
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