report child sexual abuse to police or face a fourth degree charge

In New Jersey it is every person's responsibility to report child sexual abuse to the state child protective agency (DCPP). Failure to report is presently a disorderly charge. Please support Senate Bill 884. This bill would make it everyone's responsibility to report child sexual abuse to law enforcement. Failure to report would be a Fourth Degree Crime.

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    Peg Corcoran, United States

    2 years ago Comments: We all need to not only protect our children, but all family members and people of all ages. Reporting abuse or possible abuse is our duty as human beings, which will save lives.
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    Jackie Chersevani, United States

    2 years ago Comments: Our children are our future and we need to take care of them. Child abuse is bad enough... Don't allow our children to be let down by our system too!
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    Kathleen Barrett, United States

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