COULD YOUR JOB LAND YOU IN JAIL?
At Life Dynamics, we have considerable experience with people who work in abortion clinics where they witness illegal or unethical activity occurring.  In some cases, this sort of activity went on for a long time before the employees became aware of it.  In other cases, employees sensed that something didn't seem quite right, but were unable to pinpoint exactly what it was.  We have even seen situations in which employees became participants in, or accomplices to, crimes which they didn't know were happening.
If you are an employee of an abortion clinic and you conceal knowledge of a crime, you could be exposing yourself to arrest and prosecution.  You may not think this applies to you.  However, if this illegal activity is ever discovered, the decision about your level of involvement will not be made by you, but by a law enforcement agency or perhaps even a federal prosecutor.
If you are an abortion clinic employee, this site will help you discover the danger you may be facing and what your options are. Click “What to Report” to learn more.
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  Report Suspected Child Abuse  
Failure to report facilitates the sexual abuse of underage girls
Imagine the shock when a single mom discovers that her fiancé has been sexually abusing her 12-year-old daughter. Now try to imagine her outrage at finding out that the sexual abuse of her daughter had been prolonged because healthcare workers were willing to look the other way when this molester paid them to perform an abortion on her daughter - not once, but twice. Five months after her first abortion, the same clinic helped this sexual predator once again by performing a second 'confidential' abortion on this minor child.
Instead of reporting suspected child abuse as required by law, abortion clinic workers subjected this child to further sexual abuse by helping this child predator cover up his crime. And family planning clinics are able to sell more abortions, more birth control and more treatments for sexually transmitted diseases by keeping quiet about suspected child abuse and statutory rape.
Failure to report suspected abuse is against the law and harms children
Every state has laws that require healthcare workers and others to report suspected child abuse to a law enforcement agency or child protective services. Whenever circumstances suggest a reasonable suspicion that a child could be a victim of abuse, a report is required. It is not the job of the "mandatory reporter" to investigate the facts in these cases. The law simply directs them to file a report with a law enforcement agency or child protective services whenever facts might suggest a reasonable suspicion of abuse.
Mandatory reporters are not permitted to pick and choose which cases they will report based on their personal opinion. Those who may feel that there is nothing wrong with adult-child sex cannot simply pretend statutory rape is merely consensual sex. By law, an underage girl cannot consent to sex. Nor does the law allow a mandatory reporter to decide whether or not a report should be filed based on the statements of the child, because cover stories are often concocted to cover up cases of abuse.
Criminal and civil penalties for failure to report suspected abuse
Undercover tapes from a recent investigation proved that over 90% of the time family planning services fail to comply with child abuse reporting laws. If your boss instructs you to cover up potential crimes against children, remember that failure to comply with child abuse reporting laws is a criminal offense and it is also a felony to assist in perpetrating the ongoing abuse of a child. In addition, if a clinic worker or clinic owner facilitates child abuse by their failure to report, the victim and/or her parents may be able to recover damages against them. (Click here for details)
DON'T PUT YOURSELF IN LEGAL JEOPARDY - REPORT SUSPECTED CHILD ABUSE
AN UNDERAGE GIRL WHO EVIDENCES SEXUAL ACTIVITY MANDATES A REPORT
IF YOU WORK AT A CLINIC THAT IS BREAKING THE LAW, CALL 1-940-380-8800
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