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California Makes Certain Human Resources Professionals and Supervisors Mandated Child Abuse Reporters

Oct 05, 2020

The California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Law, adopted in 1980, requires that certain “mandated reporters” make formal reports of suspected child abuse to law enforcement authorities.  As defined in the law, child abuse includes acts and omissions constituting physical abuse, sexual abuse (including both sexual assault and sexual exploitation), willful cruelty or unjustified punishment, unlawful corporal punishment or injury, and neglect (Read More)

Article By: Bruce Sarchet 

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