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Colorado Mandatory Reporter Home

Colorado requires designated professionals, called mandatory reporters, to report physical abuse, sexual abuse, caretaker neglect and exploitation of at-risk elders and at-risk adults with an intellectual and developmental disability (IDD). There are substantial penalties if a mandatory reporter fails to properly report the situation to law enforcement

Anfeald’s mandatory reporter class provides designated professionals with the information to enable appropriate reporting on the mistreatment of at-risk populations and comply with this important Colorado law. The training also provides information on urged reporting and reporting for employees of financial institutions.

This website provides information to professionals on this important topic including details on face-to-face training at your facility.

IMPORTANT - This website is not a reporting site for abuse or mistreatment. Do not report using this site. Please contact the law enforcement agency where the client resides to make a report. Failure to properly report a situation to local law-enforcement in a timely fashion will result in delays that may cause further injury or financial loss to the victim.

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