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Washington State Institute for Public Policy
December 1999
The 1999 Legislature passed legislation concerning investigations of alleged child sexual abuse.  In addition to statutory changes to the investigatory process for allegations of child sexual abuse, the law established a multidisciplinary group to create statewide guidelines for these investigations.  This document details the state guidelines, including both minimum state requirements for county protocols and advisory comments to guide local decision-making.  Prosecutors are to use these guidelines in leading local efforts for county protocols; those protocols were put into place July 1, 2000. 
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