|Protective Behaviours||Mandatory Reporting – Western Australia: It is a legal requirement in Western Australia for doctors, nurses, midwives, teachers, police officers and boarding supervisors to report all reasonable beliefs of child sexual abuse to the Department of Communities - Child Protection and Family Support.
If you are concerned about a child’s wellbeing, please contact the Central Intake Team on 1800 273 889 or email email@example.comIf you are concerned about a child’s wellbeing, please contact the Central Intake Team on 1800 273 889 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Protective Behaviours||Talk soon. Talk often:: A guide for parents talking to their kids about sex|
|Protective Behaviours||Kids Helpline|
|Protective Behaviours||1800 Respect|
|Protective Behaviours||Sexual Behaviours in Children & Young People: This brochure aims to support the development of healthy sexuality and protect young people from harm or abuse. Sexual behaviours are not just about sex. They include any talk, touch, questions, conversations and interests which relate to sexuality and relationships. This brochure uses the Traffic lights framework to help parents and carers know how to identify and respond to sexual behaviours in children and young people.|
|Cyber Safety||Office of the eSafety Commissioner|
|Cyber Safety||Commonsense Media|
|Cyber Safety||Net Smartz|
|Cyber Safety||Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre|
|Other Links||King Edward Memorial Hospital|