2 edition of Guide to reporting child abuse to the Department of Justice found in the catalog.
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Discrimination If you or someone else has experienced discrimination, contact us by visiting the. HV 8079 C46 H245 1993 Basic Issues Concerning the Assessment of Risk in Child Welfare Work by Grant Reid.
Allows you to print a copy of the concern you have submitted for your confidential record.
7, to notify a reporting agency local law enforcement, county probation or county welfare department about suspected cases of child abuse. Reporting sources cannot access their documentation after it has been submitted. Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America. We hear from two adult survivors as well as two practicing clinicians on the subject of this common but rarely understood form of maltreatment.
An online training module has been developed specially for educators and is located at. Also may be used to cross-report to another reporting agency. RJ 507 A29 G553 1996 Treating Child-Abusive Families: Intervention Based on Skills-Training Principles by Jeffrey A.
of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice. Robbie Rossman and Mindy S. 5 M86 1998 Neglected Children: Research, Practice, and Policy edited by Howard Dubowitz. Currently the Online Reporting Service is for Mandated Reporters and is reserved for individuals who are willing to identify themselves as the reporting source.
Related Topics:,. HV 745 O6 I68 1985 Pain — Lots of Pain: Family Violence and Abuse in the Lives of Young People in Care by Brian Raychaba. Hygiene is consistently bad unbathed, matted and unwashed hair, noticeable body odor. Department of Child Safety DCS provides this secure website for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect to report non-emergency concerns, as authorized by ARS 13-3620.
Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. If someone is in immediate danger or has just been injured, please call 911. Ottawa, ON: National Youth in Care Network.
5 A276 1992 The Use of Lay Therapists in the Treatment of Child Abusers: A Final Evaluation Report by Joseph Hornick, Catherine Patterson and Margaret Clarke.