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Concerns about child abuse

Our Safeguarding Operations team manages all child abuse concerns.

If you have concerns that a child or young person is or has been harmed by a Salvation Army worker, on a Salvation Army site or while participating in any of our activities (in person or online), please call our Safeguarding Operations team on 03 8878 4500.

You can also contact a Safeguarding Consultant on one of the following numbers:

New South Wales: 02 9466 3000

Queensland: 07 3222 6666

South Australia / Northern Territory: 08 8408 6900

Victoria / Tasmania: 03 8872 6400

Western Australia: 08 9260 9500

Alternatively, please fill out the form below.
Please note: This form is only applicable for reporting abuse. For other concerns, please visit our contact us page or read on how to make a complaint.

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