Department of Education

Child Protection

Protective Behaviours - Skills for Life
Protective Behaviours - Skills for Life

Child Protection

Child ProtectionMandatory Reporting of Child Sexual Abuse ‹ Reporting responsibilities of Non-Teaching Staff

Reporting responsibilities of Non-Teaching Staff


Responding to students in possession of child exploitation material

You must refer the misuse of electronic media by members of staff or students, for the purposes of producing or distributing sexually explicit material, to the line manager and principal.

For further information refer, to the Child Protection policy and procedures for Non-teaching staff.

Reporting responsibilities of Non-Teaching Staff
http://det.wa.edu.au/childprotection/detcms/navigation/mandatory-reporting-of-child-sexual-abuse/reporting-responsibilities-of-non-teaching-staff/?page=3

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