New York Executive Law
Sec. § 214-A
Child Abuse Prevention


The superintendent shall, for all members of the state police:

(1)

develop, maintain and disseminate written policies and procedures pursuant to title six of article six of the social services law and applicable provisions of article ten of the family court act, regarding the mandatory reporting of child abuse or neglect, reporting procedures and obligations of persons required to report, provisions for taking a child into protective custody, mandatory reporting of deaths, immunity from liability, penalties for failure to report and obligations for the provision of services and procedures necessary to safeguard the life or health of the child; and

(2)

establish, and implement on an ongoing basis, a training program for all current and new employees regarding the policies and procedures established pursuant to this section.
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Dec. 13, 2016