Child Protection Policy ("The Website") is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all users, especially children. This Child Protection Policy outlines our practices to protect children from harm and ensure their online safety.

This policy applies to all users of The Website, including content creators, editors, and visitors. It also applies to any third-party content or services offered on our platform.

Commitment to Child Protection
We prohibit the posting or transmission of any content that exploits, abuses, or endangers children. We have mechanisms in place to identify and report suspected child abuse content to the appropriate authorities. We provide resources and information to users regarding child online safety.

User Responsibilities
Users should be aware of online safety practices and educate children in their care about online safety.

If you suspect that a child is being exploited or abused in Australia, you can report it to:

We encourage users to visit the following resources for more information on child online safety:

The eSafety Commissioner: This website provides a wealth of information on online safety for parents and carers, including downloadable family tech agreement templates and advice for different age groups.

Training and Awareness
We will provide training for our staff and volunteers on child online safety and reporting procedures.

This Child Protection Policy may be updated periodically to reflect changes in technology, laws, or best practices. We will make the updated policy available on The Website.

By working together, we can help create a safe and secure online environment for children.  We remain committed to child protection and take all necessary steps to ensure the safety of children on our platform.

Child Protection Policy Child Protection Policy Reviewed by Shane St Reynolds on May 20, 2024 Rating: 5

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