2016 Maryland Code
Title 5 - Children
Subtitle 7 - Child Abuse and Neglect
- § 5-701. Definitions.
- § 5-702. Legislative policy
- § 5-703. Scope and applicability of subtitle
- § 5-704. Reporting of abuse or neglect -- By health practitioner, police officer, educator, or human service worker
- § 5-704.1. Reporting of children living with or in regular presence of registered child sex offender
- § 5-704.2. Reporting substance-exposed newborns
- § 5-705. Reporting of abuse or neglect -- By other persons
- § 5-705.1. Reporting of abuse or neglect -- To local department of social services
- § 5-705.2. Preventing or interfering with report of suspected child abuse or neglect prohibited.
- § 5-705.3. Notifications where report concerns family child care home, large family child care home, or child care center.
- § 5-705.4. Failure to report suspected abuse or neglect.
- § 5-706. Investigation
- § 5-706.1. Finding of indicated or unsubstantiated abuse or neglect -- Notice; hearing; conference; findings made prior to June 1, 1999
- § 5-706.2. Reporting that child is at substantial risk of sexual abuse
- § 5-706.3. Intervention
- § 5-707. Reports and records
- § 5-708. Immunity of person making report
- § 5-709. Temporary removal of child from home without court approval
- § 5-710. Actions by local department and State's Attorney's office
- § 5-711. Access to child's medical records
- § 5-712. Examination and treatment of abused or neglected child by physician
- § 5-712.1. Providing information to health care practitioners.
- § 5-713. Supervision and monitoring of household after child's return
- § 5-714. Child abuse or neglect centralized confidential database -- In general.
- § 5-715. Disclosure of identifying information of parents responsible for child abuse or neglect.
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