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Child Abuse Reporting Laws for Hawaii

STATE AND STATUTE: Hawaii, Stats. §§ 350-1 et seq. (originally enacted in 1982; statute language affecting what appears here most recently updated in 2017; all language verified here as of November of 2017)

WHAT IS REPORTABLE "ABUSE": Physical, sexual, or mental abuse, or neglect, by any person who is in any manner related to the child, is residing with the child, or is otherwise responsible for the child's care. (350-1(1)]

MANDATORY REPORTERS: Includes employees or officers of a private school, licensed child care facility, or agency providing recreational or sports activities who, in their professional or official capacity, have reason to believe that child abuse has occurred. [350-1.1]

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