Mandatory Child and Elder Abuse Reporting in Oregon

Amy Holmes Hehn, Circuit Court Judge
Amy Holmes Hehn, Circuit Court Judge | Multnomah County Courthouse

The Honorable Amy Holmes Hehn is a Multnomah County, Oregon, Circuit Court Judge handling domestic relations cases, domestic violence and elder/disabled person protection orders, probate and juvenile matters.

On-Demand: March 24, 2023
Mandatory Child and Elder Abuse Reporting in Oregon

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Program Summary

Judge Holmes Hehn will discuss the law and best practices regarding mandatory child and elder abuse reporting in Oregon.

Key topics to be discussed:

  • The “why” and history of child and elder abuse reporting in Oregon
  • Who is a mandatory reporter of child and elder abuse and what does the legal obligation to report entail
  • What happens when a child or elder abuse report is made

Date: March 24, 2023

Closed-captioning available

Speakers

Amy Holmes Hehn, Circuit Court Judge_Multnomah County Courthouse_myLawCLEAmy Holmes Hehn, Circuit Court Judge | Multnomah County Courthouse

The Honorable Amy Holmes Hehn is a Multnomah County, Oregon, Circuit Court Judge handling domestic relations cases, domestic violence and elder/disabled person protection orders, probate and juvenile matters. A native Oregonian, Judge Holmes Hehn was appointed to the bench in January of 2013. Before her appointment she served for 25 years as a Deputy District Attorney in the Multnomah County DA’s Office, including as Senior Deputy of the Juvenile and Domestic Violence Units. She has a long history of involvement in system improvement efforts, education and training in domestic violence, juvenile justice and child welfare on the local, state and national level.

Agenda

I. The “why” and history of child and elder abuse reporting in Oregon | 2:00pm – 2:20pm

II. Who is a mandatory reporter of child and elder abuse and what does the legal obligation to report entail | 2:20pm – 2:40pm

III. What happens when a child or elder abuse report is made | 2:40pm – 3:00pm