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Alaska

Reporting Agencies
Alaska Office of Children's Services (OCS) Contact Information
Provides the state child abuse reporting hotline, as well as contact information for OCS Regional Offices to report suspected child abuse or neglect.
Alaska Law Enforcement
Links to Alaska's local police departments.
Information
Alaska Quick Reference Guides: Mandatory Reporter; Ethical Reporter
Provides numbers to call if you suspect abuse, gives tips to identify and prevent abuse, and summarizes your obligations as a reporter.
Alaska Sex Offender/Child Kidnapper Registry
Provides access to information about persons required to register as sex offenders or child kidnappers.
OCS Publication: Reporting Child Abuse & Neglect in Alaska
Provides a list of mandated reporters, indicators of child abuse, and information about the OCS's role in handling reports of child abuse.
RID (Resource and Information Directory) Alaska of Child Abuse
Resources and information intended to raise public awareness and promote child abuse prevention programs.
Child Welfare Information Gateway
Information and resources from the US Department of Health and Human Services to help protect children and strengthen families.
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
The Center's mission is to serve as the nation’s resource on the issues of missing and sexually exploited children.
Laws
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.
Alaska Statutes, Title 47, Chapter 47.17
Alaska statutes governing the reporting of child abuse or neglect.