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  1. Washington Mandatory Reporting Requirements Regarding Children

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    • Source/Applicable Statute(s) WA ST 5.60.060, 26.44.020, 26.44.030, 26.44.040, 9A.20.021


  2. 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.
    • Washington State Department of Social and Health Services.


  3. Homeland Security and HIM. Appendix A: Mandatory Reporting--Balancing Patients' Privacy Rights with Public Health Interests

    • Mandatory Reporting. The duty to report health information is also required by law.
    • Mandatory reporting provides the information necessary for public health officials to protect the public's health by tracking communicable diseases and other conditions.


  4. FAQ - Confidentiality issues and mandatory reporting

    • Go to whole of WA Government search. Print.
    • The mandatory reporting legislation provides strong confidentiality protection for mandatory. reporters and for those who provide information on the basis of which a report is made, or who.


  5. Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency - Mandatory reporting

    • Mandatory reporting exceptions for health practitioners. There are specific exceptions to mandatory reporting for all practitioners in Australia that relate to the circumstances in which the ‘reasonable belief’ is formed, for example in the medico-legal context.


  6. Mandatory Reporters | DSHS

    • Mandatory Reporters are professionals identified by law who MUST make a report if they have reason to believe that the abuse, abandonment, neglect, or financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult has
    • Mandatory reporters are: Employees of the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS).


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

    • Mandatory reporters of child abuse and neglect. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Children’s Bureau.
    • n Department of Health and Human Services (n.d.). Statutory rape: A guide to state laws and reporting requirements.


  8. Information sheet 6 | Safety for Workers Reporting Child Protection Concerns

    • In addition, as mandatory reporters, all doctors, nurses and midwives are legally obliged to make a
    • ** Letting the family know that CPFS is going to be informed The WA Health Protection of Children Policy stipulates that parents should be notified when a notification/report is being made to CPFS.


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  10. About child abuse and neglect | Statewide Protection of Children Coordination (SPOCC) Unit Phone: 9224 1932 Email spoccunit@health.wa.gov.au

    • The SPOCC unit works with WA Health Services statewide to promote and support the prevention of child abuse and neglect as a public health issue.
    • leading the implementation of mandatory reporting of child sexual abuse across WA Health.