Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect

Employees are required to report child abuse and neglect:

Employees of Oregon higher education institutions are by law subject mandatory reporters of child abuse and neglect. For a current and complete list of public or private officials who are mandatory reports please refer to Oregon Revised Statute 419B.005 (3).

Resources to understand reporting obligations:

Make a Report:

For more information on your reporting obligations, the Office of Investigations and Civil Rights Compliance website and the Clery website have further information on meeting your reporting obligations. If you do not know your reporting designation, please contact Tiffany Ray, tray@uoregon.edu, 541-346-2523.

For questions about UO Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect, please contact Jen Mirabile, mirabile@uoregon.edu, 541-346-2195.


Youth Programs on Campus

The university recognizes both its institutional and legal obligations to ensure the safety and wellbeing of minor children that are on campus, in university facilities, participating in university-sponsored events, or involved with university affiliated individuals. Visit the Youth Programs webpage for required actions, tools, and resources for comply with the university’s Protection of Minors Policy.

Additional Training:

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The Protecting Children course in MyTrack provides additional training to better understand and recognize child abuse and neglect.

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Employee Reporting Responsibilities

The University of Oregon is committed to providing a safe, respectful, and inclusive learning and working environment for students, faculty, and staff. Employees contribute to this commitment by speaking up when they experience or learn of another's experience diminishes a respectful workplace. Under UO policies, employees have overlapping responsibilities. Visit the Office of Investigations and Civil Rights Compliance for an overview of all employee reporting responsibilities.