Reason for your Report or Complaint?



Is your Report or Complaint in relation to any of the following? *
(please tick multiple if they apply).

  
Child abuse is the mistreatment by an adult of a Child and Young Person that has harmed, is harming or is likely to harm or endanger or put at risk that Child’s physical or emotional health, development or wellbeing. This includes but is not limited to emotional or psychological abuse, bullying, grooming, sexual exploitation, neglect and child harassment.

For the avoidance of doubt, this includes but is not limited to emotional or psychological abuse, bullying, family violence, grooming, sexual exploitation, neglect and child harassment.
  
Sexual misconduct means any of the following:

- Sexual Offences: a criminal offence involving sexual activity or actions of indecency.

- Sexual Harassment: means unwanted, unwelcome or uninvited behaviour of a sexual nature.

- The use of technology or social media platforms with sexual connotation.
  
Serious criminal conduct means any of the following:

- Drug possession, distribution, use, sale or any other drug-related conduct.

- Assault causing serious injury.

- Any criminal conduct deemed serious enough to warrant escalation to SLSA by the Involved Organisation.

- Intent to assault or actual assault, causing serious injury.
  
A State related complaint refers to any matter or incident that are more appropriate to be raised initially with a State centre rather than Club or Branch. For example a complaint regarding an action or incident at a State event that may be regarded as a possible breach of the SLSA Member Protection Policy.
  
An inter-club grievance refers to but is not limited to a dispute, incident or grievance between two or more clubs, or members of different clubs.
  
Bullying involves the inappropriate use of power by one or more persons over another less powerful person or group and is generally an act that is repeated over time. B ullying may take many forms that are often interrelated and can include: verbal, physical, social or psychological. For the avoidance of doubt, Bullying includes Cyber Bullying.

Harassment means any type of behaviour that the other person does not want and that is offensive, abusive, belittling or threatening and that is reasonably likely to cause psychological harm to the person who is the subject of the Harassment. The behaviour is unwelcomed and of a type that a reasonable person would recognise as being unwelcomed and like to cause the recipient to feel offended, humiliated or intimidated. As a guide, if someone finds behaviour or actions harassing, then it could be considered as Harassment. It may be explicit, implicit, verbal or non-verbal and includes public acts of hatred.
  
Refers to any grievance relating to the club, its management or another club member.
  

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