|Office of Social Equity
Reeder Hall, Third Floor
219 Meadville Street
Edinboro, PA 16444
Phone: (814) 732-2167
Fax: (814) 732-2153
Ronald A. Wilson, J.D.
As part of Edinboro University's ongoing efforts to protect minors while they are on our campus, all authorized adults or program staff working with minors are required to be trained on policies and issues related to minor safety and security.
More information is available in Edinboro University's Protection of Minors Policy Handbook.
Mandated reporters must immediately make an oral report of suspected child abuse to the Department of Human Services (DHS) by calling 1-800-932-0313, or a written report to DHS using electronic technologies when available here. If an oral report is made, a written report shall also be made within 48 hours to DHS or the county agency assigned to the case as prescribed by DHS. Immediately following the report to DHS, the mandatory reporter must notify the Director for Human Resources and Labor Relations or the Vice President for Student Affairs who will assume responsibility for facilitating the University’s cooperation with the investigation of the report. More than one report of the suspected abuse is not required.
To educate both regular and student employees, on their responsibilities under Title 23, the Office of Social Equity provides educational programs on how to recognize child abuse, detect child predators, and how to report suspected abuse. The program is designed to provide individuals with an understanding of EU’s responsibilities under Title 23 and how these matters are addressed.
For information about Title 23 Education and Training, contact:
Ronald A. Wilson, J.D. – Director of Social Equity
Director of Social Equity
Phone: (814) 732-1259
Recognizing Child Abuse
Child abuse is not always easy to identify. It is important to recognize the warning signs of abuse and neglect in order to protect the victims from further abuse.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you a mandated reporter? Are you protected from civil and criminal liability if you make a report of suspected abuse? Find the answers to these questions at KeepKidsSafe.PA.gov.