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Posted on May 26, 2017

Reporting suspected abuse, neglect or exploitation of vulnerable populations (like children and the elderly) is not something your nonprofit may spend time preparing for—until faced with a potentially life threatening situation where the responsibility to act is immediate.

During this webinar, our speaker helps nonprofits understand:
– Who is a mandatory reporter?
– What must be reported and to whom?
– When must reports be made?
– What is the potential liability for non-compliance?
– What are the protections for reporters?
– What are some common pitfalls for mandatory reporters?
– What type of documentation and policies should you have?

Click here to view the webcast.