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Mandatory Reporting of Child Sexual Abuse in Western Australia - A guide for mandatory reporters
An information booklet for teachers, doctors, police officers, nurses and midwives about mandatory reporting of child sexual abuse.
Mandatory reporting of child sexual abuse - facts for foster carers
A fact sheet for foster carers about the commencement of mandatory reporting.
Mandatory Reporting in Western Australia
General information about mandatory reporting in Western Australia.
Child Sexual Abuse: It's not Cultural (Video)
A message to professionals working with Aboriginal people
What the law says about sex
Resource information - Department of Health 2014
Mandatory Reporting Fact Sheet 1
General information about mandatory reporting of child sexual abuse.
Mandatory Reporting Fact Sheet 2
Background information and statistic data about child abuse and neglect.
Mandatory Reporting Fact Sheet 3
Information about confidentiality issues and mandatory reporting.
Mandatory Reporting Fact Sheet 4
Useful resources for mandatory reporters.
Mandatory Reporting Fact Sheet 5
Information about responding to a child who discloses sexual abuse.
Mandatory Reporting Fact Sheet 6
Information about indicators of child sexual abuse.
Mandatory Reporting Fact Sheet 7
A guide about what information should be provided in a mandatory report.
Mandatory Reporting Fact Sheet 8
A flow chart about the mandatory reporting process.
Mandatory Reporting Fact Sheet 9
A sample mandatory reporting form, showing information that is required in a mandatory report.
Children and Community Services Amendment (Reporting Sexual Abuse of Children) Act 2008
The legislation that governs mandatory reporting of child sexual abuse in Western Australia.
Children and Community Services Act 2004
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