Human Resources Policies

MANDATORY REPORTING OF CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT
Mandated Reporters are UCorp employees or volunteers required to report suspected child abuse and neglect under CANRA and CSU policy, (pursuant to Executive Order 1083). 
 
CSU Policy further categorizes Mandated Reporters: 
General Reporters, who are legally required to report child abuse or neglect no matter where it occurs, include:
  • Teaching Associates 
  • Child care/community care/day care workers 
  • Campus police officers and staff 
  • Various physicians, nurses, counselors… 
  • Youth summer camp employees (events on campus or operated by the CSU/auxiliary) 
  • Summer Bridge coordinators and residential staff 
  • Student Life/Residence Hall staff, and outreach staff who participate in overnight programs 
  • New and Prospective Student Orientation staff 
  • CSU/auxiliary employees who provide services for children 
  • Employees in ESL programs and ELP Instructors 
  • Athletic head coaches, assistant coaches, coaches’ assistants, advisors, trainers, and strength/conditioning staff
& requires their signature on: 
STATEMENT ACKNOWLEDGING REQUIREMENT TO REPORT CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT
(FOR GENERAL REPORTERS ONLY)
 
 
Limited Reporters, who are legally required to report child abuse or neglect only if it occurs on CSU premises or at an official activity of, or program conducted by, the CSU, include:
  • Faculty assigned to teach lower-division undergraduate courses 
  • Custodial, maintenance, facilities and trades employees who service buildings where children are likely to be present 
  • All other employees who have regular contact with children or who supervise such employees 
  • All Management Personnel Plan employees 
  • All volunteers
& requires their signature on: 
STATEMENT ACKNOWLEDGING REQUIREMENT TO REPORT CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT
(FOR LIMITED REPORTERS ONLY)