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Abuse reporting is not straightforward, particularly as it usually involves an [[abuse of power]] and there are perceived penalties for [[informants]] standing up against that [[power]].
The reporting of abuse is not straightforward.
 
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==Abuse reporting by battered females==
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==Child abuse reporting==
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{{Main|Child abuse reporting}}
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==Elder abuse reporting==
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==Partner abuse reporting==
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==Physical abuse reporting==
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==Sexual abuse reporting==
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==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[Child abuse reporting]]
 
 
*[[Battered females]]
 
*[[Battered females]]
 
*[[Child abuse]]
 
*[[Child abuse]]
 
*[[Duty to warn]]
 
*[[Duty to warn]]
 
*[[Elder abuse]]
 
*[[Elder abuse]]
*[[Informants]]
 
 
*[[Laws]]
 
*[[Laws]]
 
*[[Partner abuse]]
 
*[[Partner abuse]]

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Abuse reporting is not straightforward, particularly as it usually involves an abuse of power and there are perceived penalties for informants standing up against that power.

Abuse reporting by battered females

Child abuse reporting

Main article: Child abuse reporting

Elder abuse reporting

Partner abuse reporting

Physical abuse reporting

Sexual abuse reporting


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