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Confidentiality and anonymity of reporters is the LAW. DCFS cannot disclose the name of a reporter without an order from a judge. This will usually happen only if juvenile or criminal court proceedings are initiated against the parent or perpetrator.
Q2 What if the family can tell I made the report? Who is going to protect me from the parents? It''s just human nature for parents to want to know who reported them for child abuse, so some families may accuse friends, neighbors, or professionals who work with their children of calling the Hotline.
The parent may be hoping YOU will confirm that you made the call. If you feel comfortable with the parent, you can explain that you were mandated to report your suspicions. You can also assure the parent that you want to help and support the family in any way you can.
If you don't feel comfortable, you have no obligation to confirm or deny the parent's suspicions. If you feel threatened by a family member, call the police. Will I be protected from a lawsuit?
If you made the report in good faith - meaning that you had reasonable cause to believe that child abuse occurred - you are protected by law.
The law presumes that you acted in good faith. Mandated Reporters should never assume that another professional who is involved with the child has already reported the situation to the Hotline. It is your responsibility to call and report what you know about the situation. Even if a report has already been made, your information is still valuable, as it could assist the investigator in deciding whether to indicate the report.
Telling your supervisor or anyone else does not fulfill your legal obligation. You must ensure that the report is made. You may want to suggest that you and your supervisor make the Hotline call together, especially if you both have first-hand information regarding the child.
For purposes of documentation, it may be beneficial for the administrator or staff member to jointly complete and sign on the written confirmation of the verbal report before submitting it to the local DCFS office.
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