Confidentiality and Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse

    Confidentiality and Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse

    Confidentiality and Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse

    Nearly all U.S. states and territories have enacted mandated reporting laws for child abuse, aimed at preventing or intervening in child maltreatment. These laws designate specific categories of people who have an obligation to report child abuse or neglect when they have reason to know it has occurred or is occurring.  However, states vary regarding which individuals are required to make these reports, what must be reported, and to whom reports are made.  All this variation can make it difficult for professionals to determine their duty, and even more difficult for victims of domestic and sexual violence to assess the consequences of sharing information about their experience of abuse.  

     

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