Wales. The survey will collect information about progress of the KTS reform process and the extent to which reform objectives have been achieved. Specific things the survey will consider are:
The new Mandatory Reporter Guide.·
The impact of the KTS on mandatory reporting, information sharing and collaboration between service providers·
The impact of the KTS on the ability of service providers to improve the lives of vulnerable children, young people and their families
Your responses to the survey will remain confidential.
Summary results from the analysis of the survey will be presented to DCP management in an aggregated form that will not allow individual responses to be identified. Further information about how KPMG handles your personal information is set out in our Privacy Statement. Instructions for completing this surveyTo access the survey, click on the ‘Start Survey’ link below. We anticipate that this survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. Please complete the survey by 21 May 2012. If you have any queries about the survey, please contact the Keep Them Safe survey team at KPMG on:
Phone 1800 789 576 (this line will be open Mon - Fri 9.00am - 5.00pm from 1 May 2012)
To start the survey, click this
FURTHER INFORMATION FOR RESPONDENTS
Who should complete this survey?
If you are a Mandatory Reporter and you have received this email, you can complete this survey (note, participation is voluntary)A Mandatory Reporter is defined as an individual required under Section 27 of the Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998 to report to the Child Protection Helpline when he/she has reasonable grounds to suspect that a child, or a class of children, is at risk of significant harm from abuse or neglect, and those grounds arise during the course of, or from the person’s work.Examples of Mandatory Reporters include those directly involved in providing health care, welfare, education, child care, residential and law enforcement services. Managers who supervise direct services are also included.
Who should not complete this survey? People who are not Mandatory Reporters – for example, people who provide administrative support within the relevant organisations, are not in scope and do not need to complete the survey.
Why has Parenting Australia posted this survey request
Because thousends of people visit Parenting Australia each day, both parents and people who work in paediatric health,and education, we are trying to reach as many Mandatory Reporters as possibe? If you know of any individuals or organisations who are Mandatory Reporters,please pass the link to this survey onto them.
Do they have to participate? Participation in the survey is voluntary. However, the more responses , the more we will learn about the implementation and effectiveness of the Keep Them Safe reforms.