To prevent a Sandusky-like scandal from occurring, Connecticut lawmakers are pondering bills aimed at stiffening criminal penalties for failing to report abuse or neglect. The bills would add coaches and camp supervisors, among others, to the list of mandated reporters.
Bill Would Protect Those Who Report Abuse From Retaliation
The Connecticut Law Tribune
March 1, 2013
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