Mandated reporter training provides mandatory and voluntary reporters the information and tools necessary to identify and report concerns of abuse or neglect. The circumstances under which a mandatory reporter must make a report vary from state to state.
Typically, a report must be made when the reporter, in his or her official capacity, suspects or has reason to believe that a child or dependent adult has been abused or neglected, or in situations in which the reporter has knowledge of, or observes someone being subjected to, conditions that would reasonably result in harm to the person.
The prevention of abuse and neglect is critical to protecting our communities. Mandated Reporter Training helps reporters to better understand their state laws and reporting responsibilities, and to identify and address issues of neglect, abuse, and maltreatment. Start your training today and become a responsible mandated reporter.