Mandatory reporting according to Oregon law

This conference session addressed the new responsibilities of library staff due to oregon’s recent law expanding the definition of who constitutes a mandatory reporter of child abuse. The law creates a mandatory, 24/7 child abuse reporting responsibility for anyone who works at a library that offers services for children. Hood River County Deputy District Attorney Carrie Rasmussen went over the law, what it means, and how to report. Handouts from the session are included.