Volunteer bias is the idea that people who volunteer to participate in studies do not represent the general population. Researchers and consumers of research must watch carefully for volunteer ...
California Background Checks require special attention. California law places greater restrictions on the reporting and use of information than does federal law. For example, criminal records are usually not reportable if they predate the employment screening report by more than seven years. This is commonly referred to as the "California 7 ...
The UC Master Gardener Safety Manual provides guidance for volunteers on best practices to reduce the risk of injury or illness during UC Master Gardener-sponsored activities. eXtension Campus is an online campus that houses the knowledge-to-action service that is an integral part of the U.S. Cooperative Extension System.
CANRA, the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act, (CANRA, CA Penal Code § 11164-11174), requires employers to identify “Mandated Reporters”. Mandated reporters are individuals who are required to report to law enforcement or social service agencies child abuse or neglect that they observe or suspect.
The California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act, California Penal Code §§ 11164-11174.3 (“CANRA” or the “Act”), identifies certain groups of employees as “Mandated Reporters” of child abuse and also imposes various obligations on and extends certain protections to those Mandated Reporters as well as their employers.
certain people, known as “Mandated Reporters,” to report known or suspected child abuse or neglect. You have been identified as a certain type of Mandated Reporter: a Limited Reporter under Penal Code § 11165.7(a)(41). As a Mandated Reporter, you are required by the law to sign this statement acknowledging your legal reporting obligations.
In a huge victory in the fight to end our nation’s animal overpopulation crisis, Los Angeles, California, passed a mandatory spay/neuter ordinance. This life-saving legislation was long overdue in a city that takes in an average of 46,000 homeless animals annually.
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