Re: so what do you think now?
PAUL SWEENEY (sweeney@SMTPLINK.CTA.COM)
Fri, 22 Oct 1993 12:21:26 EDT
> You should also be aware that many States require that the person
>observing, or becoming aware of a possible child violation *must*
>that offense to the police or local child protective service, or be
>subject to criminal penalties.
As I explained in my posting, in Massachusetts, the law specifically
exempts volunteers from reporting requirements. It is our local
council's policy to require leaders to report to either the SE or DE
who, being mandated reporters will file the appropriate report(s).
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