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Jake's progress in the Family Court. Is mandatory reporting effective?
Record ID:
19315
Format:
LIJ Article
Year:
1997
Author:
Turner, Neville ;
Source:
LIJ (1997) 71 No 9
Date_of_entry:
01/10/1997
Legislation:
Children and Young Persons Act 1989
Notes:
Despite claims of over-reaction by protective services and a lack of uniformity between state and federal requirements, mandatory reporting of suspected child abuse is essential for the effective protection of children at risk ; Grandparents ; In determining a child's best interests, the Court must consider any family violence, involving a child or a member of a child's family
Section:
Articles
Month:
September


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