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Safety Smarts for Kids (Grade 4)
Block The Bully (Grade 5)
Be Safe, Stay Safe (Grade 6)
Bullying, Not Cool (Grade 7)
Digital Citizenship (Grade 8)
Teen Safety (Grade 9)
Dating Abuse (Grade 10)
CyberSafety (Grade 11)
You're legal, what now? (Grade 12)
*Grade 8 Teachers:
If you want to complete training requirements during the fall, you can choose either Bullying, Not Cool (Grade 7) or Dating Abuse (Grade 10).
Finger Print Forms:
Finger Print Locations:
Background Check Form:
San Francisco Archdiocese (CA)
Suspected Child Abuse Report Form
California Department of Justice form SS 8572.
Instructions for Suspected Child Abuse Report Form
Definitions and general instructions for completing form SS 8572.
California Child Protective Services (by county)
Telephone numbers and contact information for county child welfare agencies responsible for receiving reports of suspected child abuse and neglect.
California Law Enforcement Agencies
Telephone numbers for California police and sheriff departments.
Quick Reference Guide:
Provides numbers to call if you suspect abuse, gives tips to prevent and to identify abuse, and summarizes your obligations as a reporter.
Megan's Law Home (California)
Provides access to information about persons required to register in California as sex offenders. Allows searches by offender's name, zip code, city, etc.
California Department of Social Services
Information and resources to help protect children and prevent abuse.
Child Welfare Information Gateway
Information and resources to help protect children and strengthen families from the US Department of Health and Human Services.
Child Abuse Central Index
Index information pertains to investigations and reports of alleged abuse or neglect on file.
California Child Mortality Data
Latest statistics in California on child deaths from natural, unintentional, and intentional causes.
Laws and Regulations
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.
California Penal Code 11164 - 11174.3
The California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act, which is the state law governing mandatory reports of child abuse and neglect.
Title 11 California Code of Regulations 900 - 911
The California Department of Justice's regulations for processing reports of suspected child abuse and neglect.
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