When You Suspect Child Abuse
A Guide for Mandated Reporters
and Other Concerned Adults
You’ve noticed Darren’s bruises don’t ever seem to go away. Hisexplanations for the "accidents" don't match his injuries. You hope your instincts are wrong. How can you be sure? You remember learning about the signs but can't recall exactly what they are. What signs should you look for? Who do you call for help? When you suspect child abuse, the child's well-being and safety is your major concern. Children depend on you to keep them safe. You need to be aware of your responsibilities for children’s safety and how you can effectively protect them.
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