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A well-publicized, 24-hour access line is available to receive reports of suspected child abuse and neglect.
Interpretation When the MFR program is not the point of contact for reporting cases of suspected child abuse and neglect, standard implementation is demonstrated by ensuring the mechanisms for reporting are still well publicized by the MFR program.
Reporters of family violence are informed about:
A system is in place to document initial customer contacts regardless of whether a case is opened.