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De-identification process during intake phase only

This flow chart relates to the process of changing the status of a child from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander during intake phase only.
 

    Changing the status of a child from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander - advice

    This advice provides additional information regarding changing a child’s status from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander to neither Aboriginal nor Torres Strait Islander. This is referred to as de-identification.

    Document ID number 2307, version 3, 2 July 2018.

    Changing the status of a child from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander during intake phase

    Follow this procedure when changing a child’s status from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander to neither Aboriginal nor Torres Strait Islander in the intake phase.

    For the procedure during investigation, protective intervention, protection order or closure phase, see Changing the status of a child from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander - procedure.

    Changing the status of a child from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander

    Follow this procedure when changing a child’s status from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander to neither Aboriginal nor Torres Strait Islander during investigation, protective intervention, protection order or closure phase.

    Document ID number 1403, version 4, 30 June 2018.

    Case management in protective intervention

    Follow this procedure when managing cases where protective concerns have been substantiated and there is no protection order in place.

    Document ID number 1023, version 3, 25 May 2017.

    Managing therapeutic treatment orders

    Follow this procedure when managing a therapeutic treatment order (TTO) or both a TTO and a therapeutic treatment placement order (TTPO).

    FLDM/AFLDM referral form

    Child protection practitioner referral form for a Family-led decision making meeting or an Aboriginal family-led decision making meeting. This form is located in the Child Protection forms page on the department's intranet, which can only be accessed by departmental staff.

    Family Drug Treatment Court - procedure

    Follow this procedure when working with a family who are participating in the Family Drug Treatment Court.
    Document ID number, version 1, 2 March 2017.

    Family Drug Treatment Court - advice

    This advice provides additional information regarding the Family Drug Treatment Court (FDTC).
    The Family Drug Treatment Court is currently only accepting children from the North Division of child protection (Preston office).
    Document ID number 2234, version 2, 9 August 2017.

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