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The mission of the Adult Protective Services APS program is to protect vulnerable persons whose safety and protection may be adversely affected by abuse, neglect, self-neglect or exploitation; raise public awareness, and educate mandated reporters of their reporting responsibilities. APS investigates reports of suspected abuse, neglect, and exploitation of vulnerable adults. Guided by the Mississippi Vulnerable Persons Act, APS provides for the protection of at-risk vulnerable persons age 18 and older residing in private home settings through direct delivery or referral to resources within the community.

Physical Abuse: beating, slapping, kicking, rough handling, or other abuse causing welts, cuts, burns, abrasions, sprains, bruises, dislocations, fractures or broken bones. Self-Neglect: Indicators such as the inability to provide self-care i. Sexual Abuse: Indicators such as Sexually Transmitted Diseases STDspregnancy, bruises, bleeding, pain or itching in genital or anal areas, difficulty in walking or sitting.

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A vulnerable person is defined in the Mississippi Vulnerable Persons Act as a person 18 years of age or older, or any minor whose ability to perform the normal activities of daily living, or to provide for his or her own care, protection from abuse, neglect, exploitation or improper sexual contact, is impaired due to:. Report abuse of vulnerable persons living in the following settings to Adult Protective Services:. Reports received by the Centralized Intake Unit are electronically transmitted to an Adult Protective Services regional supervisor for the county where the alleged victim resides.

The APS supervisor reviews the report and makes the screening decision for further handling. Report abuse occurring within d care facilities i. The Vulnerable Persons Act mandates that any personincluding but not limited to the following, who knows or suspects that a vulnerable person has been or is being abused, neglected or exploited, shall immediately file a report.

This includes persons who are a:. Anonymous reports are accepted. However, any person or entity holding or required to hold a as specified in Title 73, Professions and Vocations, Mississippi Code ofshall be required to give their name, address and phone in the report of the alleged abuse, neglect or exploitation. Statutorily, investigations are required to be initiated within 48 hours if immediate attention is needed, or within 72 hours if a vulnerable person is not in immediate danger, to determine whether the vulnerable person is in need of protective services and what services are needed.

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If an emergency exists, the reporter is advised to call local law enforcement. The purpose of the investigation is to determine the validity of the report and to assess the need for protective services. MDHS does not conduct criminal investigations. However, MDHS files a preliminary report of its findings to the Office of the Attorney General, Vulnerable Adults Unit within 48 hours if immediate attention is needed, or within 72 hours if a vulnerable person is not in immediate danger, to determine whether the vulnerable person is in need of protective services and what services are needed.

MDHS makes additional reports as new information or evidence becomes available. The Vulnerable Adults Unit conducts criminal investigations and prosecutes the perpetrator who has abused, neglected or exploited a vulnerable person living in a private setting. Adult Protective Services. A vulnerable person is defined in the Mississippi Vulnerable Persons Act as a person 18 years of age or older, or any minor whose ability to perform the normal activities of daily living, or to provide for his or her own care, protection from abuse, neglect, exploitation or improper sexual contact, is impaired due to: mental, emotional, physical, or developmental disability or dysfunction.

Report abuse of vulnerable persons living in the following settings to Adult Protective Services: a private home setting i. What happens after the Centralized Intake Unit receives the report?

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Under the Vulnerable Persons Act, who is considered as a mandated reporter? This includes persons who are a: Attorney, physician, osteopathic physician, medical examiner, chiropractor or nurse engaged in the admission, treatment or care of a vulnerable person. Health professional or mental health professional. A practitioner who relies solely on spiritual means for healing. Social worker, family protection worker, family protection specialist or other professional adult care, residential or institutional staff.

State, county or municipal criminal justice employee or law enforcement officer. Human rights advocacy committee or long-term care ombudsman council member. ant, stockbroker, financial advisor or consultant, insurance agent or consultant, investment advisor or consultant, financial planner, or any officer or employee of a bank, savings and loan, credit union or any other financial service provider.

To the extent possible, a report should contain, but not be limited to: Name, age, race, sex, physical address and location of the vulnerable person. Name, address and telephone of the alleged perpetrator.

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Name, address and telephone of the caregiver, if different from the alleged perpetrator. Whether or not the vulnerable person is self-neglecting. The potential danger to Adult Protective Services staff who may visit the home i.

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Protective services cannot be forced involuntarily upon a mentally capable vulnerable person. Can MDHS criminally investigate and prosecute a perpetrator who has abused a vulnerable person?

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Division of Aging and Adult Services. Vulnerable Person Abuse Hotline Report Abuse or Neglect Online. Call local law enforcement agency or if the situation is a life threatening emergency.

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