Child Protection Manual – Minor revision to the ‘Undertaking National Police History Check’ procedure

 

DHHS have made a change to the content in the Child Protection Manual, relating to the 'Undertaking National Police History Check' procedure.

This procedure has been updated to include a new email address for requesting a national police history check. This change was made due to practitioners experiencing difficulties in using the previous address from remote devices. The address has also been amended on the request form.

For more infromation, or any questions relating to the change, use the 'contact us' function in the manual.

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