Ethics of Reporting Neglect
Nov. 18th | 11am-2pm EST | 3 CE's | Kathryn S. Krase, Ph.D., J.D., MSW
Making the Tough Call: Exploring Professional Responses to Child Neglect Reports of suspected child neglect make up more than three-quarters of all reports made to child protective services in any given year; 6 times more than reports of sexual abuse, and 5 times more than reports of physical abuse. However, neglect reports are least likely to be substantiated after investigation. The reality is that reporters of suspected child maltreatment struggle with appropriately identifying and reporting this type of maltreatment. This session will explore the legal and ethical obligations of professional reporters, especially as they relate to the concept of child neglect. Various types of child neglect, including physical neglect, medical neglect and educational neglect will be explored, along with a significant conversation around parental supervision and the use of corporal punishment. Learning Objectives 1) Participants will define child neglect. 2) Participants will explain differences between different types of child neglect. 3) Participants will understand considerations for determining when making a report to child protective services is required by law. 4) Participants will identify the ethical/ moral and legal conundrums implicated in evaluating cases for child neglect. 5) Participants will apply a framework to guide their process for deciding whether to make a report of child neglect. Dr. Krase is an expert in preparing professionals in the ethical reporting of suspected child maltreatment. She is the co-author of two books: Child Welfare: Preparing Social Workers for Practice in the Field (2021), and, Mandated Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect: A Practical Guide for Social Workers (2009). Over the past decade, the main subject of her research and writing has been the disproportionate representation of BIPOC children in reports to child protective services, and the role that bias plays.
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