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Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect: What Is "Reasonable Cause" for Suspicion?

Reasonable cause for suspicion means you are able to entertain the possibility — based on what you have observed or been told, and your own training and experience — that a specific circumstance could be the result of neglect or non-accidental injury. Certainty is not
required. Distrust or doubt is enough.

 

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