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Mutual respect is a vital principle which should underpin all InterAct’s services and support for children, young people and adults. This is written into our Codes of Conduct for Young People, and for InterAct Staff and Volunteers.
Our Young People’s Code of Conduct was written after discussions with young people about how they thought people should behave and be treated at InterAct activities.
The Code of Conduct for InterAct Staff and Volunteers is written into our Safeguarding Policies:
InterAct also has reponsibilities under the Prevent Duty to promote fundamental British Values and to prevent people from becoming radicalised and drawn into terrorism
Whistleblowing is drawing attention to poor and/or unsafe practice. This includes practice which may be abusive and/or neglectful, including online. Staff and volunteers have individual responsibility to raise concerns with someone who has the responsibility to take action.
The Safeguarding Policies give further information about whistleblowing, and the full InterAct Whistleblowing Policy is available by contacting the InterAct office 01245-392053, or by email from the Safeguarding Lead