Mandated reporters shoulder a somber responsibility to protect the most vulnerable of our citizens. For mandated reporters in the United States, keeping track of existing legal requirements, upcoming legislation, and training requirements is a difficult task. The National Association of Mandated Reporters is on a mission to make this easier by providing mandated reporters with a centralized hub for information, education, and a supportive community.
What is the National Association of Mandated Reporters?
The National Association of Mandated Reporters, or 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.
The purpose of the NAMR website—namr.org—is to be a centralized hub for all mandated reporters to collect, curate, and share information pertaining to abuse reporting and prevention.
The National Association of Mandated Reporters organization has set forth the following goals:
Unifying All Mandated Reporters
Mandated reporters are typically classified and trained based on the types of abuse they are required to report, including:
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