State after state is expanding their rule for who is required to report suspected child abuse in response to the recent scandals on campuses around the nation.
The most well-known of these is the Penn State scandal which cost the University millions of dollars in legal and PR fees along with untold damage to their reputation.
Download the whitepaper to learn how these cases will affect your school.
Universities and colleges must reassure their constituents – parents, students, and the community – that this behavior is not tolerated by:
The ability to spot possible abuse is not innate. You must train your mandatory reporters on what to look for, as well as how to report the behavior.
Our Child Abuse Prevention and Mandatory Reporting course will help your faculty and staff better understand the issue, what is required, and how to be in compliance both legally and morally.
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