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- Independent Review of the Earl Brian Bradley Case : Final Report
This is the Final Report to the Governor's Office detailing the findings of the independent review by Linda Ammons, Esq., Associate Provost and Dean of The Widener School of Law.
- Child Advocacy Studies (CAST) Certification Program at Wilmington University
Wilmington University is part of an elite group of academic pioneers offering courses in child abuse recognition and investigation, and a certificate in Child Advocacy Studies (CAST). The courses are taught by practicing professionals with significant experience in the field, with the goal of eliminating child abuse.
- Delaware Sex Offender Central Registry
Title 11, Section 4120 and 4121 of the Delaware Code requires the Delaware State Police to maintain a registry of sex offenders available to the public via the internet. The State Bureau of Identification is the sub unit of the Delaware State Police responsible to provide this service with technical assistance from the Department of Technology and Information.
- Delaware State Police Victim Services Hotline
Telephone crisis line
Toll free: (800) VICTIM1 [800-842-8461]
24-hour hotline offering comfort and counseling services to anyone who may have been affected by abuse involving Dr. Earl Bradley of BayBees Pediatrics in Lewes, Delaware. If you believe your child may have been a victim, you may also contact Delaware State Police, Troop 4, at (302) 856-5850 ext. 216
- Report Child Abuse and Neglect
Toll free: (800) 292-9582
- Delaware Division of Professional Regulation: Board of Medical Practice
The Board investigates complaints, conducts hearings and imposes disciplinary sanctions for violation of the Delaware Code and/or the rules and regulations of the Board, when deemed necessary.