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Keeping Children Safe: Policy

 

The Salvation Army’s commitment as a child safe organisation, for all children and youth regardless of gender, ability, cultural or linguistic background, is founded on:

  • A recognition of the rights of children
  • Child protection and safety as a shared responsibility
  • A child safe and child friendly organisational culture
  •  Zero tolerance of child abuse in any form
  •  A structured and responsive risk management approach
  •  Strong commitment of leadership at all levels.

The Salvation Army endorsed it’s Keeping Children Safe Policy on 23rd August 2016. 

The following documents further describe The Salvation Army work  and requirements for Keeping Children Safe:

This Code of Conduct outlines the standards of personal and professional conducted expected by all workers engaged by The Salvation Army.

This policy mandates all workers to report abuse, where they hold a reasonable belief that a child is or maybe at risk of harm.

The Salvation Army’s commitment as a child safe organisation, for all children and youth regardless of gender, ability, cultural or linguistic background, is founded on:

  • A recognition of the rights of children
  • Child protection and safety as a shared responsibility
  • A child safe and child friendly organisational culture
  •  Zero tolerance of child abuse in any form
  •  A structured and responsive risk management approach
  •  Strong commitment of leadership at all levels.

The Salvation Army endorsed it’s Keeping Children Safe Policy on 23rd August 2016. 

The following documents further describe The Salvation Army work  and requirements for Keeping Children Safe:

This Code of Conduct outlines the standards of personal and professional conducted expected by all workers engaged by The Salvation Army.

This policy mandates all workers to report abuse, where they hold a reasonable belief that a child is or maybe at risk of harm.

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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