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53 results for: mandated reporter
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A judge dismissed child abuse charges against two California administrators, although they both still face charges of failing to report...
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A story from Arizona illustrates a common conundrum for people who serve young people -- when use of a legal drug warrants a child abuse...
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A Colorado appeals court vacated a defendant's conviction for attempting to entice a child into his vehicle for purposes of sexual...
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There is accumulating evidence that California's program requiring doctors to screen children for adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)...
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A judge has dismissed charges against the owner of a child care center in Connecticut. Law enforcement officers alleged that she failed...
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Law enforcement has charged former employees at a Mississippi childcare center with felony child abuse after they donned a mask similar...
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A story from Boston illustrates one difficulty that mandated reporters often face, which is piecing together details that, by themselves,...
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A federal clinic in Maine has agreed to an $8 million settlement of claims that its doctors failed to diagnose signs of child abuse. The...
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Recently, I have seen an increasing number of people, including clients, get in trouble for failing to report suspected abuse either in...
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A recent study concluded that states whose mandated reporter laws require only a suspicion of abuse, rather than a reasonable belief,...
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An Arkansas prosecutor made a controversial decision not to charge school officials with failure to make a mandated report of a hazing...
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An interesting study from Israel illustrates one of the core flaws that I have found in mandated reporting laws, which is that the...