Response to an Incident of Concern
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Response to an Incident of Concern

Important Contact Numbers

:

Children’s Help Line: 310-1234

RCMP: Emergency: 911

Non-Emergency: 604-792-4611

Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD): 604-702-2311

National Child Exploitation Coordination Centre (NCECC): 1-778-290-3100

Local Contact Details:

School Principal: Charlotte DeBruynE-Safety Resource: Kris SwardSchool Based Team Contact: C. DeBruynRCMP Liason: Cst. Tobi Aralki 604-393-3000 Board Office Mainline: 604-792-1321

Cultus Lake Elementary version created by Kris Sward, October, 2013

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-Safety incident occurs

If child is at immediate risk

Inform Principal

&Superintendent

Call 911

Contact parents or guardians

Contact MCFD or NCECC

Adapted by J.

Hengstler

(2013) with permission from Kent County Council’s Response to an Incident of Concern, 2012)

If there is no immediate risk

OR

if immediate risk has been dealt with

Review e-Safety policies and procedures, record actions in e-Safety incident log, report to Superintendent and implement an action plan to review, track and improve response

Illegal Activity or Material found or suspected

Unsure

Inappropriate Activity or Material

Contact

Principal & Superintendent

Content

Content

Activity

Activity

Child

Child

Staff

Staff

Report to NCECC and/or RCMP

Contact

Principal

-Contact Parents - Support

-Sanctions

-Citizenship Workshop

-Anti-bullying training

-Other School Support

-Staff Training

-Disciplinary Action

-School Support

-

Counselling

Contact filtering manager or District Technology Manager

Child protection procedures and/or criminal action

Staff allegations procedures and/or criminal action

Contact Principal and Report

incident to the RCMP

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