Monday, December 31, 2012

NY Code Title 6 Child Protection Services

http://codes.lp.findlaw.com/nycode/SOS/6/6

  • Section 411 Findings and purpose
  • Section 412 General definitions
  • Section 412-A Special definitions relating to children in residential care
  • Section 413 Persons and officials required to report cases of suspected child abuse or maltreatment
  • Section 414 Any person permitted to report
  • Section 415 Reporting procedure
  • Section 416 Obligations of persons required to report
  • Section 417 Taking a child into protective custody
  • Section 418 Mandatory reporting to and post-mortem investigation of deaths by medical examiner or coroner
  • Section 419 Immunity from liability
  • Section 420 Penalties for failure to report
  • Section 421 Responsibility of the department
  • Section 422 Statewide central register of child abuse and maltreatment
  • Section 422-A Child abuse and neglect investigations; disclosure
  • Section 422-B Local and regional fatality review teams
  • Section 422-C Establishment of the child abuse medical provider program (CHAMP)
  • Section 423 Child protective service responsibilities and organization; purchase of service and reimbursement of cost; local plan
  • Section 423-A Child advocacy centers established
  • Section 424 Duties of the child protective service concerning reports of abuse or maltreatment
  • Section 424-A Access to information contained in the statewide central register of child abuse and maltreatment
  • Section 424-B Children in the care of certain public and private agencies
  • Section 424-C Duties of the commissioner of the office of children and family services concerning reports of abuse or neglect of children in residential facilities or programs
  • Section 424-D Determinations rendered on reports of abuse or neglect of children in residential facilities or programs and actions to be taken
  • Section 425 Cooperation of other agencies
  • Section 426 Annual reports
  • Section 427 Regulations of the commissioner
  • Section 427-A Differential response programs for child protection assessments or investigations
  • Section 428 Separability