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  1. Washington Mandatory Reporting Requirements Regarding Children

    • Who Must Report? • Any person licensed by the state of Washington to practice. podiatric medicine and surgery, optometry, chiropractic, nursing


  2. Make a report

    • Print the form for completion, and send it to the Mandatory Reporting Service via fax or post. Fax: 1800 610 614 Post: PO Box 8146 PERTH BC WA...


  3. Reporting Abuse as a Mandatory Reporter | DSHS

    • As a mandatory reporter, you MUST by law make a report if you have reason to believe abuse, abandonment, neglect, or financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult has occurred.


  4. mandatory reporting wa legislation

    • 5.3 Like Queensland, the mandatory reporting legislation in the Australian Capital Territory (‘ACT’), South Australia (‘SA’), Tasmania (‘Tas’), Victoria (‘Vic’) and Western Australia (‘WA’...


  5. Avant - Mandatory reporting for health professionals – WA exemption

    • Avant's Head of Advocacy, Georgie Haysom has called for the national adoption of a WA exemption from mandatory reporting for treating practitioners.


  6. Mandated reporter - Wikipedia

    • Mandated reporter. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
    • 4 Mandatory reporting of child abuse by jurisdiction. 4.1 North America. 4.2 European Union.


  7. mandatory reporting wa au

    • The current mandatory reporting requirements in Western Australia are likely to change soon. The Children and Community Services (Mandatory Reporting) Bill 2006 (WA)...


  8. Mandatory Reporters | DSHS

    • Mandatory Reporters. Report Abuse.
    • Mandatory reporters are: Employees of the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS).


  9. mandatory reporting wa training

    • Report a policy violation .... Mandatory training for law enforcement on mental illness.
    • Michael G. Foster School of Business, University of Washington - Seattle, WA $40 170.


  10. Mandatory | Teen Dating Violence: Reports of being purposefully hit, slapped, or physically hurt by a boyfriend or girlfriend

    • Mandatory reporting and keeping youth safe. Washington, DC: Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Family and Youth Services Bureau.