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Child Abuse Reporting
Indicators
Child Abuse Mandated
Facts
Reporters
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Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Child Abuse
Indicators
Which is the strongest risk factor for
predicting Child Abuse and Neglect?
A. Socio-economic status
B. Culture
C. Religion
D. None of the above
$100 Answer from Child Abuse
Indicators
D. None of the Above
$200 Question from Child Abuse
Indicators
Which of the following are indicators of
possible child sexual abuse?
A. Inappropriate sexual behavior with peers
B. Sexual behavior and or knowledge beyond
developmental expectations
C. Diagnosis of sexually transmitted disease
D. All of the above
$200 Answer from Child Abuse
Indicators
D. All of the Above
$300 Question from Child Abuse
Indicators
Which of the following is concerning for
possible physical abuse?
A. Bruise on a 2 month old infant
B. Linear red marks on the cheek of a 4 year old
C. Shin bruises on a 3 year old
D. All of the above
E. A and B
$300 Answer from Child Abuse
Indicators
E. A and B
$400 Question from Child Abuse
Indicators
Which of the following could be a parental
risk factor for Neglect?
A. Unemployment
B. Substance abuse
C. Mental Illness
D. All of the above
$400 Answer from Child Abuse
Indicators
D. All of the Above
$500 Question from Child Abuse
Indicators
You are an employee at a school. A seven-yearold child comes to school with linear bruises on
his cheeks. He was absent the day before. When
questioned, he replies that he fell while riding
his bike. Do you report this injury?
A. No, falling off a bike is an accidental injury.
B. Yes, because he was absent from school.
C. No, it is a very minor injury.
D. Yes, because the injury is concerning for a
slap mark.
$500 Answer from Child Abuse
Indicators
D. Yes, because the injury is concerning
for a slap mark.
$100 Question from Reporting
Under CANRA, a mandated reporter is
required to report suspected abuse to:
A. His or her employer or supervisor
B. Local child protective authorities
C. The child’s parents
D. The California Department of
Justice.
$100 Answer from Reporting
B. Local Child Protective authorities
$200 Question from Reporting
A five-year-old comes to school with patterned marks
on his buttocks that look like belt marks. When
questioned, he says that he fell yesterday. Which is the
most appropriate action?
A. Inform the child’s parents of the injuries
B. Report the injuries to a Child Protective Agency
C. Nothing, the child has not disclosed being abused
D. Take photos
$200 Answer from Reporting
B. Report the injuries to a Child Protective
Agency as they are concerning for abuse.
$300 Question from Reporting
After suspecting child abuse or neglect, a
mandated reporter must call a child
protective agency:
A. Within 36 hours
B. Within 24 hours
C. Immediately or as soon as possible
D. The law does not specify a timeframe
$300 Answer from Reporting
C. Immediately or as soon as possible
$400 Question from Reporting
Most of the reports investigated by CWS
are determined to be substantiated.
A.True
B.False
$400 Answer from Reporting
B. False, most of the reports are
deemed inconclusive
$500 Question from Reporting
You are a nurse in an ER. You observe a father
telling a six-month-old to “shut up” and striking
him across the face. You notify the doctor caring
for the child. The doctor examines the child and
sees no signs of injury. The doctor tells you there is
no need to report the incident. What should you do?
A. Tell your supervisor
B. Report based on your concerns
C. Nothing, the doctor told you it wasn’t necessary
D. Document your concerns in the patient’s chart
$500 Answer from Reporting
B. Report based on your concerns
$100 Question from Child Abuse
Facts
According to CANRA, a Mandated
Reporter only needs “reasonable
suspicion” to make a child abuse report.
A. True
B. False
$100 Answer from Child Abuse
Facts
A. True
$200 Question Child Abuse Facts
Which form of Child Abuse and Neglect is
most frequently reported in California?
A. Neglect
B. Physical Abuse
C. Sexual Abuse
D. Emotional Abuse
$200 Answer from Child Abuse
Facts
A. Neglect
$300 Question from Child Abuse
Facts
Which is the most difficult form of abuse to
identify?
A. Physical Abuse
B. Neglect
C. Emotional Abuse
D. Sexual Abuse
$300 Answer from Child Abuse
Facts
C. Emotional Abuse
$400 Question from Child Abuse
Facts
Which parental risk factors are most
concerning for abuse/neglect?
A. Depression; Substance Abuse; History of abuse
as a child
B. Substance abuse; Poverty; Lack of social
support
C. Unemployment; Lack of social support;
History of abuse as a child
D. Depression; Unemployment; Substance Abuse
$400 Answer Child Abuse Facts
A. Depression, Substance Abuse,
and Parental history of abuse as a
child
$500 Question from Child Abuse Facts
You are a paramedic dispatched to a house for a woman
who is choking. By the time you arrive, the woman is no
longer choking. You notice a very dirty house, with trash
and dead insects on the floor. You see a young toddler in
the house who appears thin, wearing dirty clothes. What
should you do?
A. Make a report of possible general neglect.
B. Nothing. This is not necessarily neglect if the family
is living in poverty.
C. Nothing. You were not called to the house to evaluate
the child.
$500 Answer from Child Abuse
Facts
A. Report for possible General
Neglect
$100 Question from Mandated
Reporters
The written report must be completed
A. Immediately
B. On the 8572 (SCAR) form
C. On official letterhead
D. The written form is optional
$100 Answer Mandated
Reporters
B. On the 8572 (SCAR) Form
$200 Question from Mandated
Reporters
For the purposes of mandated reporting,
a “child protective agency” includes
A. Local police or sheriff’s department
B. Child welfare services
C. Schools
D. A and B
E. All of the above
$200 Answer Mandated
Reporters
D. A and B
$300 Question from Mandated
Reporters
To guarantee confidentiality, Mandated
Reporters are not required to give their
names when reporting.
A. True
B. False
$300 Answer from Mandated
Reporters
B. False
$400 Question from Mandated
Reporters
Mandated Reporters have immunity from
civil or criminal liability for reporting as
required.
A. True
B. False
$400 Answer from Mandated
Reporters
A. True
$500 Question from Mandated
Reporters
If a Mandated Reporter fails to report, s/he
may be
A. Found guilty of a misdemeanor
B. Given up to six months in jail
C. Given up to $1,000 fine
D. Subject to a civil lawsuit
E. All of the above
$500 Answer from Mandated
Reporters
E. All of the Above
$100 Question from
Miscellaneous
As a mandated reporter, you must report
to child welfare services, local law
enforcement and the CACI.
A. True
B. False
$100 Answer from Miscellaneous
B. False
$200 Question from
Miscellaneous
Which of the following types of child behaviors
are concerning for Physical/Emotional Abuse?
A. Attempts to hide injuries
B. Hostile, aggressive, or verbally abusive
C. Frightened of going home
D. All of the Above
$200 Answer from Miscellaneous
D. All of the Above
$300 Question from Miscellaneous
Which of the following is true regarding
children’s disclosures of sexual abuse?
A. Children will disclose that the abuse or molest
is occurring if asked.
B. Children usually disclose the abuse
immediately.
C. Children often recant (deny or withdraw) a
previous disclosure of abuse
D. Children are rarely concerned about the
consequences of their disclosures.
$300 Answer from Miscellaneous
C. Children often recant (deny
or withdraw) a previous
disclosure of abuse
$400 Question from Miscellaneous
Which of the following are indicators for
possible physical abuse?
A. Bruises in various stages of healing
B. Injuries with implausible explanations
C. Bruises to shins, knees or forehead
D. Injuries with delay in seeking treatment
E. A, B and D
F. All of the above
$400 Answer from Miscellaneous
E. A, B and D
$500 Question from
Miscellaneous
Which type of Abuse is most often seen
in combination with other forms of
abuse?
A. Physical Abuse
B. Sexual Abuse
C. Neglect
D. Emotional Abuse
E. All of the Above
$500 Answer from Miscellaneous
D. Emotional Abuse
Final Jeopardy
Volunteers come to the school you work at to work
with troubled teens. A volunteer tells you that a
child has disclosed sexual abuse by her father.
What should you do?
A. Tell the volunteer to report to a Child Protective
Agency
B. Tell your supervisor
C. Make a report to a Child Protective Agency
D. Interview the child for additional information
prior to reporting.
Final Jeopardy Answer
C. Report to a Child Protective Agency

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