RESOURCES

DOCUMENTS

For your convenience, we are providing the forms used by forensic examiners. Should you have a suggestion for additional documentation to be made available to others, please contact us.

  • Mandated Reporting Forms
    • CAL OES 2-920: Suspicious Injury Report
    • DOJ SS8572: Suspected Child Abuse Report Form
    • SOC 341: Report Of Suspected Dependent Adult/Elder Abuse
  • OES Exam Forms
    • CAL OES 2-502: Domestic Violence Examination
    • CAL OES 2-602: Elder & Dependent Adult Abuse and Neglect
    • CAL OES 2-900: Child Physical Abuse and Neglect Exam
    • CAL OES 2-923: Acute Adult/Adolescent Sexual Assault Exam
    • CAL OES 2-924: Abbreviated Adult/Adolescent Sexual Assault Exam
    • CAL OES 2-925: Non-acute Child/Adolescent Sexual Abuse Exam
    • CAL OES 2-930: Acute Child/Adolescent Sexual Abuse Exam
    • CAL OES 2-950: Sexual Assault Suspect Examination

AGENCY RESOURCES

Organizations and agencies with the specific mission of helping victims and the law enforcement and medical communities.

ACADEMY OF FORENSIC NURSING

Our mission is to link research to practice through dissemination of scholarship, education and service to those affected by and responding to trauma.

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ALLIANCE FOR HOPE INTERNATIONAL

Alliance for HOPE International is one of the leading systems and social change organizations in the country focused on creating innovative, collaborative, trauma-informed, hope-centered approaches to meeting the needs of survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and their children.

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CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF CRIME LABORATORY DIRECTORS

The California Association of Crime Laboratory Directors grew out of its predecessor organization, the Criminalistics Management Association (CMA). It was founded in the 1960’s by many of the same criminalists who founded the California Association of Criminalists.

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CALIFORNIA CLINICAL FORENSIC MEDICAL TRAINING CENTER

Established by California Penal Code 13823.93, the California Clinical Forensic Medical Training Center (CCFMTC) was established by state law in 1995 to increase access by victims of interpersonal violence to trained nursing and medical professionals. The California legislature determined that access to healthcare professionals knowledgeable about medical evidentiary examinations and psychological trauma was uneven in both rural and urban areas throughout California. As a result, PC 13823.93 was enacted to meet this need and create this public policy direction. The Center is primarily funded by the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) with Federal and State funds, and other sources of funding.

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VALOR US

ValorUS is a national organization committed to advancing equity and ending sexual violence. Since our founding in 1980, we have continued to build dynamic relationships across a diverse range of communities, institutions and systems, and mobilize our network of survivors and advocates to influence change. Through leadership, prevention, and advocacy, we are fearlessly pursuing a world free from violence where the dignity of every person is valued and respected.

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OFFICE FOR VICTIMS OF CRIME

Established in 1988 through an amendment to the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) of 1984, OVC is charged by Congress with administering the Crime Victims Fund (the Fund). Through OVC, the Fund supports a broad array of programs and services that focus on helping victims in the immediate aftermath of crime and continuing to support them as they rebuild their lives. Millions of dollars are invested annually in victim compensation and assistance in every U.S. state and territory, as well as for training, technical assistance, and other capacity-building programs designed to enhance service providers’ ability to support victims of crime in communities across the Nation.

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CALIFORNIA PARTNERSHIP TO END DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

The California Partnership to End Domestic Violence (the Partnership) is California’s recognized domestic violence coalition, representing over 1,000 advocates, organizations, and allied groups throughout the state. Through our public policy, communications, and capacity-building efforts, we align prevention and intervention strategies to advance social change. We believe that by sharing expertise, advocates and policy-makers can end domestic violence. For nearly 40 years, we have inspired, informed, and connected all those concerned with this issue, because together we’re stronger.

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CALIFORNIA DISTRICT ATTORNEYS ASSOCIATION

The mission of the California District Attorneys Association (CDAA) is to promote justice by enhancing prosecutorial excellence. To that end, CDAA is THE source of continuing legal education and legislative advocacy for its membership. In addition to offering seminars, publications, and extensive online tools, CDAA serves as a forum for the exchange of information and innovation in the criminal justice field.

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CALIFORNIA POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION

Established in 1966, the California Police Chiefs Association represents municipal police chiefs and their agencies in California. Association members provide public safety for more than 26 million Californians.

Serving as the voice of and resource of choice for California’s municipal police chiefs, the association’s objectives are to promote and advance the science and art of police administration and crime prevention; to develop and disseminate professional administrative practices and to promote their use in the police profession; to foster police cooperation and the exchange of information and experience throughout the state; to bring about recruitment and training of qualified persons in the police profession; and to encourage the adherence of all police officers to high professional standards of conduct in strict compliance with the Law Enforcement Officer’s Code of Ethics.

Cal Chiefs advocates for sound policy on public safety issues at the state capitol and has an active government relations program. In addition to its committees that focus on emerging issues and provide resources and sample policies to its members, Cal Chiefs provides professional development and training to police chiefs and seconds in command throughout the state.

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CALIFORNIA SEXUAL ASSAULT INVESTIGATORS ASSOCIATION

The primary purpose of CSAIA is to provide high-quality training in the fields of sexual assault – prevention, detection, investigation, evidence collection and analysis, prosecution, victim services and support, incarceration, and treatment of offenders, offender monitoring, as well as other closely related areas.

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CALIFORNIA STATE SHERIFFS' ASSOCIATION

California State Sheriffs’ Association (CSSA) is a nonprofit professional organization comprised of the 58 sheriffs along with thousands of law-abiding citizens throughout the state. The association was formed in 1894 for the purpose of giving California sheriffs a single effective voice. It was also formed for the purpose of sharing information and providing assistance to sheriffs and departmental personnel, thus enabling them to improve the delivery of law enforcement services to the citizens of this State.

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INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FORENSIC NURSES

The International Association of Forensic Nurses is the recognized authority on forensic nursing. The Association is the catalyst for universal access to forensic nursing care for patients impacted by violence and trauma. Its members are sought out by the public, policymakers, media, governments, and worldwide healthcare systems for their expertise and knowledge. The Association and its members are valued for their collaborative leadership across systems. The Association defines and advances the global research agenda to enhance nursing’s evidence-based response to the needs of forensic populations. Regulatory bodies and certifying agencies look to the Association for guidance on setting standards of care for forensic nursing services in a variety of settings. The Association serves as a global network for forensic nurses to exchange ideas, serve as mentors and enhance their practice.

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CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTERS OF CALIFORNIA

CACC supports the formation and equitable growth of children’s advocacy centers and multidisciplinary teams throughout California. We promote best practices, encourage diversity and inclusion, provide compassionate leadership, and foster state-wide collaboration through outreach and support, training and technical assistance, acquired funding, and legislative advocacy. Together, we ensure our communities are well-equipped to respond to child abuse and that every child thrives.

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CAL VCB

At CalVCB, we work to reduce the impact of crime on victims’ lives. We reimburse crime-related expenses, connect victims with services and support, and do all we can to inform and empower victims.

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NATIONAL CHILDREN'S ALLIANCE

National Children’s Alliance (NCA) is a professional membership organization on a mission to make one big difference, one child at a time. Reaching everyone with a voice in eradicating abuse—families, advocates, partner agencies, communities, researchers, and all the way to Capitol Hill—our members power a national movement to keep children safe. Featuring the largest network of care centers supporting child abuse victims in the country, NCA is a model in outcome-driven collaboration.

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