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Anyone who has reason to believe a child has been maltreated can report maltreatment.
This can be done by phone, mail or in person. The law requires mandated reporters to make a report if they know or have reason to believe a child is being neglected or abused.
Immediate danger - If you know or suspect that a child is in immediate danger (such as recent sexual assault or serious physical assault) or the child is abandoned:
No immediate danger – If the child is not in immediate danger, as soon as you have reason to believe a child has been maltreated: