Executive order mandating
The review will be led by a task force headed by Robert Eitel, a senior counselor to De Vos, Goad said.Republicans have long complained that the federal government overreaches in regulating schools — a complaint that they said was especially relevant during the eight years of President Obama’s administration.The Mandated Reporter is personally responsible for determining when reporting is required and following the reporting procedures identified in the Act, as summarized below.In other words, it is the individual employee's legal obligation to report, not the CSU's.to entertain such a suspicion, based upon facts that could cause a reasonable person in a like position, drawing, when appropriate, on his or her training and experience, to suspect child abuse or neglect." (Penal Code § 11166(a)).Facts upon which a reasonable suspicion may arise do not have to have been witnessed by the Mandated Reporter but can be learned from other sources.Categories of CSU employees who qualify as Mandated Reporters are identified in Attachment B.
The Act identifies forty-four (44) employment positions as Mandated Reporters with specified mandated reporting responsibilities, including those whose duties involve regular contact with children or who supervise such employees.
Attachment CSU Office of the Chancellor Leadership Provosts/Vice Presidents, Academic Affairs Vice Presidents, Business and Administration Vice Presidents, Student Affairs Associate Vice Presidents, Academic and Faculty Affairs Human Resources Officers The California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act, California Penal Code §§ 11164-11174.3 ("CANRA" or the "Act"), identifies certain groups of employees as "Mandated Reporters" of child abuse and also imposes various obligations on and extends certain protections to those Mandated Reporters as well as their employers.