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Mandated Reporting Statutes

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  • ARS 13-3619. Permitting life, health or morals of minor to be imperiled by neglect, abuse or immoral associations; classification
  • ARS 13-3620. Duty and authorization to report nonaccidental injuries, physical neglect and denial or deprivation of necessary medical or surgical care or nourishment of minors; duty to make medical records available; exception; violation; classification
  • ARS 13-3620.01. False reports; violation; classification

Arizona Department of Education and Arizona State Board of Education "State of Arizona Reporting Procedures", revised September 2003 [pdf]*

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