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Burlington Diocese (VT)

Reporting Agencies
Vermont Family Services Offices
Telephone numbers and contact information for Family Services Offices responsible for receiving reports of suspected abuse and neglect.
Vermont Law Enforcement Agencies
Telephone numbers and contact information for Vermont police and sheriff departments.
Information
Quick Reference Guide: Mandatory Reporter;  Ethical Reporter
Provides numbers to call if you suspect abuse, gives tips to prevent and to identify abuse, and summarizes your obligations as a reporter.
Vermont Sex Offender Registry
Provides access to information about persons required to register in Vermont as sex offenders. Allows searches by offender's name or county.
Vermont Department of Children and Families
Information and resources from the Department of Children and Families, Family Services Division.
Child Welfare Information Gateway
Information and resources to help protect children and strengthen families from the US Department of Health and Human Services.
Your Guide to Reporting Child Abuse/Neglect
A brochure from Family Services explaining who mandatory reporters are, what their reporting responsibilities are under the law, what child abuse and neglect is, and how to make a report.
What Parents Need To Know About Child Sexual Abuse
A publication from Family Services to help parents understand what child sexual abuse is, who the victims are, who the abusers are, what the warning signs are, how they can help prevent it from happening to their children, and what to do if their child discloses sexual abuse.
Prevent Child Abuse Vermont
Information and resources to help protect children and strengthen families from the Vermont Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America.
Vermont Child Abuse and Neglect Statistics
Data from Family Services concerning intakes received, and accepted and substantiated reports.
Laws and Regulations
Title 42 US Code Chapter 67
The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (as amended), which is the federal law governing mandatory reports of child abuse and neglect.
33 Vermont Statutes Annotated 4901-4923
Chapter 49, Title 33 of the Vermont Statutes Annotated, which is the state law governing the reporting of child abuse and neglect.