Reporting Obligations and Processes – new resource now available
This handbook will help your organisation understand the importance of reporting and help you meet your reporting obligations.
Having a culture of reporting is a key component of being a safe organisation for children and young people because it supports them to speak up about anything that concerns them with an understanding they will be listened to and believed.
Our latest handbook has 3 parts:
- Understanding child safe reporting
- Understanding your reporting obligations
- Creating a child safe reporting policy.
In addition to helping organisations understand the importance of reporting and how to develop a Child Safe Reporting Policy, this resource provides information about reporting obligations for child-related organisations in NSW. This includes reporting to NSW Police, the Department of Communities and Justice, the Office of the Children’s Guardian and other bodies.