To report suspected child abuse, call the Oregon Child Abuse Hotline at
Video: Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse
This 30-minute training video describes the role of mandatory reporters in reporting suspected abuse. It helps mandatory reporters and others recognize and understand the signs of child abuse and neglect, as well as the role of implicit bias and structural racism when reporting abuse.
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Guide: What You Can Do About Child Abuse
Who are mandatory reporters?
Mandatory reporters are public and private professionals required by law to report suspected child abuse. Some examples of mandatory reporters include: medical practitioners, law enforcement personnel, employees of a public or private organization providing child-related services or activities, public and private school employees, and members of the clergy.
For a complete list of public and private officials who are mandatory reporters, see Oregon Revised Statute 419B.005.