Rules of Engagement

The fundamental objective for TASP's Forum is to be an arena where ideas and developments in multi-agency safeguarding can be shared and discussed, for the purposes of supporting and encouraging good practice and systems to better safeguard children. 

  • Input as much information -and links to docs - as you can to help others, but short enough for easy reading.
  • Check for open topics -before posting a new topic, please check to see if there is already a topic open on the subject.
  • Please use specific descriptive titles for new posts. Avoid "generic" post subjects like "Help" or "Question." 
  • Do not input sensitive or confidential information.
  • Users remain solely responsible for the content of your posted messages. 
  • Do not post any material which is false, defamatory, inaccurate, hateful, harassing, threatening, invasive of a person's privacy, pornographic, or otherwise in violation of any law.
  • No advertising or links to advertising or "Spam" is permitted. Advertising or spam is defined as posting a link for the purpose of selling, soliciting or promoting something. Sharing of links to helpful and relevant web sites and resources is allowed if they are not used for a promotional purpose. 
  • This forum will be moderated and we may remove content if we feel it is inappropriate. The posted messages express the views of their respective authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of this forum, its owners and staff, and its subsidiaries. If you are of the opinion that a posted message is objectionable, you are encouraged to notify an administrator or moderator of this forum immediately. 
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