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Child Protection Statement

Campers at Lake Mac

The Crusader Union of Australia (CRU) has a legal, moral and spiritual responsibility to promote a positive and safe environment for all children we work with, regardless of age, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, racial, social and religious background. 

All CRU staff and volunteers are required to make a firm and open commitment to child protection and adopt procedures and practices in accord with the Child Protection Legislation to minimise the risk of a child being abused and to respond appropriately to allegations of child abuse. 

Child protection is an integral part of CRU.  We seek to create an environment where children can participate in activities and learn about God without being exposed to individuals who can damage their physical, emotional or spiritual development. 

A copy of the CRU’s Child Protection Policy is available  CRU’s Child Protection Policy

If you have any concerns you can contact CRU at childprotection@cru.edu.au