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Being a Childsafe Organisation Quick Reference Guide

Documenting Incidents and Allegations for Line Managers

Grooming Information Fact Sheet

Grooming Information Quick Reference Guide

Keeping Children Safe Induction Module

Mandatory Reporting Quick Reference Guide

Reasonable Grounds, Disclosure and Reporting Quick Reference Guide

External Resources Australia Wide

1800Respect

National Sexual Assault, Domestic Family Violence Counselling Service.  Counselling is available  24/7 whether you are seeking help for yourself, a friend or relative, a colleague or client.  Professionals are also encouraged to use 1800Respect for support with secondary referrals or  vicarious trauma. 1800 737 732.

Protective Behaviours Australia Empowering children to speak up 

Ministry Workers with regular contact with children

SP3 by Childsafe

State Specific Information

Workers in Australian Capital Territory

TSA Contacts and Information ACT Quick Reference Guide

External Resources - Australian Capital Territory

ACT Children and Young People Commissioner

Canberra Rape Crisis Centre 

Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect in the ACT  A 24 page guide for reporting child abuse/neglect in the ACT

The rights, interests and well-being of children and young people - A report for the legislative assembly of ACT (2003)

Workers in New South Wales

TSA  Contacts and Information New South Wales Quick Reference Guide

External Resources - New South Wales

Advocate for Children & Young People NSW

Family Referral Services: brings together families, support services and community resources so that our children and young people are safe and well (NSW)

Information Required by the NSW Child Protection Helpline  PDF document listing information required to make a report of child abuse/neglect

Mandatory Reporting Guide (MRG) for NSW online reporting of child abuse

Office of the Children's Guardian NSW

Workers in Northern Territory

TSA Contacts and Information Northern Territory Quick Reference Guide

External Resources - Northern Territory

Aboriginal Interpreter Service 

NT Child Abuse Taskforce - Reporting Child Abuse

Northern Territory Wide Support Services Links to a wide range of support services to help support children and their families

 Ruby Gaea Darwin - Sexual Abuse Counselling Service

SAFE NT Applications for Ochre Cards (Working with Children Cards)

SARC NT  Sexual Assault Referral Centre for NT

The Children's Commisioner NT

Workers in Queensland

TSA Contacts and Information Queensland Quick Reference Guide

External Resources - Queensland

Child abuse – what you need to know  - a booklet produced by Queensland Government 

Family Child Connect . Organisation that helps with a range of parenting challenges

Family and Child Commission - Queensland

Protecting Children website - Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women    

Sexual Assault Helpline  for Queensland 

Workers in South Australia

Call Child Abuse Hotline (CARL) 13 14 78

TSA Contacts and Information South Australia Quick Reference Guide

Information Sharing Guidelines Procedure for The Salvation Army

External Resources - South Australia

Child Protection: Reporting Child Abuse - Department for Child Protection, SA

Commissioner for Children & Young People SA

ISG Decision Making Steps Flowchart PDF - Information Sharing Guidelines Flow Chart SA

Ombudsman SA - Information Sharing Guidelines Website

Resources about creating a Child Safe Environment  - Department for Education, SA

Support Services for Children, Young People and Their Families Department for Child Protection, SA

The Life They Deserve - Report from The Royal Commision into Child Protection Systems SA

Workers in Tasmania

TSA Contacts and Information Tasmania Quick Reference Guide

External Resources - Tasmania

Commisioner for Children and Young People

Gateway Services - Single entry point to all family and disability services in Tasmania

Information for parents: what to look for when choosing a child safe organisation – Comissioner for Children

Laurel House -  North & North West Tasmania Sexual Assault Support Services

Mandatory reporting of child abuse and/or neglect fact sheet - Department of Health & Human Services

Sexual Abuse Support Service - SASS is a Hobart-based, free and confidential support service for people of all ages who have been affected by any form of sexual violence.

Strengthening Child Safe organisations in Tasmania Report by the Commisioner for Children and Young People

Workers in Victoria

TSA Contacts and Information Victoria Quick Reference Guide

TSA Reportable Conduct Scheme (Victoria) Fact Sheet

TSA Victorian Legislation & The Salvation Army's Keeping Children Safe Framework Fact Sheet

TSA Reporting Child Abuse (Victoria) Fact Sheet

External Resources - Victoria

Commissioner for Children & Young People Victoria

Step by Step Guide to Making a Report to Child Protection or Child FIRST - Department of Human Services

What is Reportable Conduct?  - Commissioner for Children & Young People

You and Your Child – A Guide for Parents of a Child Who Has Been Sexually Abused Department of Health & Human Services

Social Program Workers in Victoria

External Resources

Client Incident Management System (CIMS) - Department of Health and Human Services

Family Violence – Information Sharing: A New Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme - State Government of Victoria

Reporting Concerns About Children or Young People: A Guide for Professionals:  Reporting Concerns About Children or Young People: A Guide for Professionals - Department of Human Services

Workers in Western Australia

TSA Contacts and Information Western Australia Quick Reference Guide

External Resources - Western Australia

Child Development and Trauma Guide  - Department for Child Protection & Family Support

Commissioner for Children and Young People - WA

How Do I Recognise When a Child is at Risk of Abuse or Neglect  -  Department for Child Protection & Family Support

How to Report Child Abuse - Western Australia Police Force

Identifying and Responding to Child Abuse and Neglect   - Department for Child Protection & Family Support

Mandatory Reporting Website  WA - Department for Child Protection & Family Support

Protective Behaviours WA 

The Salvation Army acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters throughout Australia. We pay our respect to Elders and acknowledge their continuing relationship to this land and the ongoing living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Australia.

The Salvation Army is a child safe organisation that is committed to ensuring the wellbeing of children and young people, and protecting them from harm.

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