Introductions to the Scheme
- An Introduction to the ACT Reportable Conduct Scheme
- An Introduction to the ACT Reportable Conduct Scheme for Employees
Practice Guides and Resources
- ACT Ombudsman's Reportable Conduct Process
- Reportable Conduct Scheme Poster for Employers
- s 17G Notification
- Nomination of a head of entity form - religious bodies
- ACT Ombudsman Practice Guides:
- No. 1 - How the ACT Ombudsman responds to notifications and reports
- No. 2 - Identifying Reportable Conduct
- No. 3 - Risk management following an allegation of reportable conduct against an employee
- No. 4 - Planning and conducting an investigation
- No. 5 - Employer responsibilities
- No. 6 - Making a finding of reportable conduct
- No. 7 - 17J final report
- No. 9 - How the ACT Ombudsman assesses an employer's response/investigation
- No. 10 - Addressing child protection issues in a code of conduct
- Reportable Conduct Scheme Self-Assessment Checklist – Policies and Procedures
- s17J report coversheet
- Children and Young People Act 2008
- The Child and Youth Protection Services (CYPS) operate under the ACT Government's Community Services Directorate. CYPS publish the 'Working together for kids' series of guides that outline the typical child protection process in the ACT. The series is made up of:
- Guide 1 - Child Concern Reports: What are they and what does it mean if someone makes a report about my child?
- Guide 2 - Going to court and working to reunite families: What's involved and what can I do?
- Guide 3 - When children are in care: What happens with my child when they are in care and what can I do to have them come home?
- Guide 4 - Feedback and raising concerns: How can I let others know what I think?
- Guide 5 - Representing yourself in court: What do I need to know to navigate care and protection court processes?