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Who can make a child abuse referral?
Anyone who has a reasonable cause to suspect child abuse or neglect. In addition, mandated reporters, as defined by Child Protective Service Law, are required to immediately make a report when they have a reasonable cause to suspect that abuse has occurred. The referral information can be obtained through direct contact/observation or a disclosure of abuse.

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1. Who can make a child abuse referral?
2. Will my name be revealed if I make a referral?
3. How do I make a referral?
4. Will I be told what the agency does with my referral?
5. How can I become a foster parent?
6. When is physical discipline child abuse?
7. What are the signs of physical abuse?
8. What are the signs of sexual abuse?
9. What is neglect?
10. At what age can children be left unsupervised?
11. What is the legal age one must be to be a babysitter?
12. What are my rights as a grandparent?
13. How can I get a job with Children and Youth?
14. How can I adopt?