Board of Chiropractic Examiners Reporting Requirements As a health care professional in Alaska, you are required by law to formally report confirmed and suspected child abuse and neglect, abuse of vulnerable adults, domestic violence or sexual assault, and suspicion or diagnosis of infectious diseases. Alaska Statutes that Mandate Reporting: AS 47.17.020 Child abuse or neglect must be immediately reported to a police officer. AS 47.24.010 Abuse of vulnerable adults must be reported to the Dept. of Health and Social Services. AS 18.05 and 7 AAC 27.005 Suspicion of or diagnosis of infectious diseases must be reported the Department of Public Health, Epidemiology section. AS 18.66 Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. Additional Resources: The Alaska Family Violence Prevention Project This site provides information on screening and identifying domestic violence victims. Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault This site provides information on victim service programs funded by the council, and batterer intervention programs. State Department of Public Health – Epidemiology This site provides information to help health care providers comply with public health reporting requirements. To report Public Health Emergencies call (907) 269-8000 or after hours (800) 478-0084.