Mandatory Reporting in Arizona
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Which of the following are not Mandated Reporters?
Volunteers and Parents
All of these are Mandated Reporters
Doctors and Nurses
When should you make a report of suspected child abuse?
Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm
After finding out the details of what happened
Anytime I have a reasonable belief that abuse has occurred
When there is a significant age difference between the partners
Select all the questions you should ask the child
How many times did it happen?
What were your injuries?
Who did this to you?
Where were you when this happened?
Who else knows what happened?
Where is the person who did this to you right now?
Select the cases where you should call 911
The abuse occurred at home
The abuse occurred at school
The abuse occurred in public
The abuse occurred at a friend's house
I should never call 911; only DCS
Which of the following is NOT a sign of neglect?
The child is medically underweight
The child does not know their ABC's
The child has unattended medical issues
The child is always fatigued and falls asleep in class
True or False: The family has the right to know who made the report of abuse or neglect.
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