Date10/29/2020 10:00 - 11:00 PST
Host(s)Sarah Orton (she/her), Meghna Bhat (she/her) & Jessie Towne-Cardenas (she/her) – CALCASA
Presenter(s)Sarah Orton (she/her), Meghna Bhat (she/her), Jessie Towne-Cardenas (she/her) & Emily Austin, JD (she/her) – CALCASA
Part 3 of this series will discuss the policy and protocol best practices for bringing a trauma-informed framework to online prevention programming in light of state laws around mandatory reporting. This will include a review of sample policies, best practices, and the intersection with local, state and federal policies. Participants will learn about simple policy and practice changes that can provide greater transparency, trust, and fidelity in their response to disclosures. Agency directors and managers are encouraged to attend to learn about how these changes can be instituted and supported within their organization.
- Discuss the legal landscape around confidentiality, privilege and mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect in digital spaces.
- Describe the California requirements of mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect.
- Identify key strategies in building trauma-informed online prevention programs.