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State Child Abuse Laws

Child abuse laws protect minors from physical abuse at the hands of family members and others, and require the reporting of suspected child abuse in certain situations. Choose a state from the map or the list below for state-specific child abuse laws, including the definition of child abuse, mandatory reporting requirements, and more.

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