The Adult Abuse Registry Act. (a) in relation to a specified adult who is a vulnerable person under The Vulnerable Persons Living with a Mental Disability Act, neglect as defined in that Act; and (b) in relation to a specified adult under any other designated Act, neglect as defined in that other Act. Adult Abuse Registry Unit, in accordance with. The Adult Abuse Registry Act. Definition: Who is a vulnerable adult? For the purposes of the AAR, a vulnerable adult means a. vulnerable person. defined in. The Vulnerable Persons Living with a Mental Disability Act (VPA) and a. patient. defined in. The Protection for Persons in Care Act (PPCA): • Vulnerable person. under the VPA means an adult .
The Registrar of the Adult Abuse Registry is obtaining your personal information (including, if necessary for identification purposes, your personal health identification number) so that the Registrar can conduct an Adult Abuse Registry check on you. The Registrar will also use this information to update the Adult Abuse Registry. During the 2015 legislative session, the Legislature passed House Bill 2021, increasing the length of time an accused person is on the Adult Protective Services Registry from 10 years to 25 years.
The Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act requires states to check child abuse and neglect registries in other states in certain situations. The Michigan Child Protection Law also allows certain entities and individuals to obtain central registry information.