Law Enforcement

Please note: You will need to complete the General Training Module before starting this specialized Mandated Reporter training.

The Law Enforcement Training Module is designed to address the specific issues and concerns of Law Enforcement professionals with regard to mandated reporting requirements.

The Law Enforcement Training Module for Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training- California is a two hour training that includes three sections. Each section will include practice test questions or vignettes.

The Law Enforcement module includes vignettes and is self-paced. At the conclusion of the training you will take a final test that requires an 80% or higher score to pass. Upon passing the test you will be able to print out a Certificate of Completion. This certificate is only valid if you have completed the General Training module already.

You will Learn
  • What to look for when evaluating concerns of child abuse or neglect
  • How to talk to children about suspected abuse
  • Identifying signs and signals that trigger concerns of child safety
  • How to make a report
  • What happens after a report is filed
  • Special situations related to child abuse reporting for law enforcement

     

Law Enforcement


Addresses the specific issues and concerns of Law Enforcement professionals with regard to mandated reporting requirements.

 2 Hours

Exam
 


At the conclusion of the training you will take a final exam, which will test the information that you have learned during the training.

 0 - 1 Hour

Certificate
 


Upon scoring an 80% or higher you will be issued a certificate, which will serve as proof of your completion of this training.

What people are saying.

Learning to recognize and report suspected child abuse is not what I had in mind when I volunteered as a Girl Scout troop leader, but I’ve learned what an incredible responsibility I have and opportunity to keep kids safe with the information provided in these training modules. 

Sara Brown, Girl Scout Troop Leader, Fair Oaks

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