Skip to main content. New York laws about "statutory rape" and child abuse reporting are confusing. This list of frequently asked questions FAQ describes when to make a report to the Statewide Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment the reporting hotline for child abuse and neglect based on a minor's sexual activity. This memorandum is not intended to provide individualized legal advice. A mandated reporter or young person who faces a specific legal problem should consult with an attorney. New York's child abuse reporting law mandates certain professionals to file a report when they either have reasonable cause to suspect or become aware of abuse or maltreatment neglect committed by a "parent, guardian, custodian or other person legally responsible" hereinafter referred to as "parent or caregiver" for a child's care.
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April 30, You asked what parents can do when their or year olds run away or are beyond their control. Running away and disregarding parental authority are status offenses i. If they seek to have the teen declared a youth in crisis, a judge can order, among other things, that the teen return home, not drive a car, attend school, or get mental health or substance abuse counseling. But courts have limited authority to enforce these orders.
Michael Gorman, holding pictures of his son Craig, in Portlaoise, who took his own life in despite being high priority on a waiting list for support by Tusla. Another son, Aaron, died of a suspected overdose in Your Web Browser may be out of date. If you are using Internet Explorer 9, 10 or 11 our Audio player will not work properly. Craig lived nearby with his father and two younger brothers, and at 15 looked older than his age, with the stubbly hint of a moustache.