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Child Abuse Reporting Laws for Alaska

STATE AND STATUTE:Alaska, Stats. §§ 47.17.010 et seq. (originally enacted in 1971; statute language affecting what appears here most recently amended in 2017; all language verified here as of November of 2017)

WHAT IS REPORTABLE "ABUSE": Physical injury or neglect, sexual or mental abuse, or maltreatment. [47.17.010]

MANDATORY REPORTERS: Includes school teachers and administrative staff of public and private schools and "child care providers" who provide child care for compensation, who in the performance of their occupational duties have reasonable cause to suspect that a child has been abused. Also includes volunteers of public or private schools who interact with children for more than four hours a week.

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