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A mandated reporter, such as a physician, may also be sued for negligence for failing to protect a child from harm. Although all states have enacted legislation requiring, among other things, the mandatory reporting of child maltreatment by certain professionals, states vary in the standard for reporting. 1. S. pdf (accessed June 12, 2006) The 1976 landmark California case Landeros v. Flood et al. illustrates a case involving a physician’s failure to report child maltreatment. Eleven-month-old Gita Landeros was brought by her mother to the San Jose Hospital in California for treatment of injuries.
S. pdf (accessed June 12, 2006) SOURCE: cases in which the investigation could not be completed because the family moved out of the jurisdiction, the family could not be found, or the needed reports were not filed within the required time limit. 6% of investigated cases. ) COURT INVOLVEMENT. The juvenile or family court hears allegations of maltreatment and decides if a child has been abused and/or neglected. The court then determines what should be done to protect the child. The child may be left in the parents’ home under the supervision of the CPS agency, or the child may be placed in foster care.
Department of Health and Human Services, National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect, 1996 24 Age differences in maltreatment, abuse, and neglect victims under the Endangerment Standard, 1993 Detecting, Measuring, and Preventing Child Abuse 0 0 to 2 3 to 5 6 to 8 9 to 11 12 to 14 15 to 17 Child’s age (years) SOURCE: Andrea J. Sedlak and Diane D. S. 5. S. 3 SOURCE: Adapted from Andrea J. Sedlak and Diane D. S. 8 Abuse: All abuse Physical abuse Sexual abuse Emotional abuse Neglect: All neglect Physical neglect Emotional neglect Educational neglect Severity of injury: Fatal Serious Moderate Inferred SOURCE: Adapted from Andrea J.
Child Abuse And Domestic Violence (Information Plus Reference Series) by Melissa J. Doak