The National Association of Mandated Reporters (NAMR) is a non-profit organization developed with the mission of supporting mandated reporters in the United States so they can more effectively perform their duties as persons with a legal responsibility to report suspected or known abuse. We are a community of passionate advocates creating a central hub for education and information in order to do a better job of protecting the most vulnerable of our population from abuse.
Mandated reporters are typically working professionals who are required by law to report suspected instances of abuse. These professionals can include educators, school personnel, medical professionals, social services workers, law enforcement, clergy, human resources professionals, supervisors, and other types of working professionals. In some states, all adults are considered mandated reporters, regardless of their profession. Learn more about the mandatory reporting laws that impact professionals in your state at MandatedReporter.com.
Abuse impacts the vulnerable across every population. No one is immune to the epidemic of violence in the U.S.