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Child Abuse Reporting: Legal Obligations and Professional Ethics

Length: One hour

Child Abuse Reporting:
Legal Obligations and Professional Ethics

1 Child Abuse Reporting Credit

9:00–10:00   Child Abuse Reporting: Legal Obligations and Professional Ethics
                          •    Statistics of child abuse in Oregon
                          •    Social overview and lifetime impacts of child abuse
                          •    Application of the reporting law
                          •    Purpose of the child abuse reporting law
                          •    The duty to report
                          •    Consequences of failure to report
                          •    Who must report
                          •    Information needed in the report
                          •    Mechanics of the Department of Human Services response:
                                what happens when a report is made    

                        – John F. Casalino

10:00            adjourn


Original Recording Date: November 8, 2013

CLE Credits (60): 1 Child Abuse Reporting

Child Abuse Reporting: 1


Produced By:

Oregon Law Institute of Lewis & Clark Law School

Course Materials

  • Coursebook and MCLE Form
  • Evaluation
  • Child Abuse Reporting: Legal Obligations and Professional Ethics