Safe from Harm Reporting Form
For more information about who should report, what should be reported, and how to report, please access the following document at your unit or via the Policies & Procedures database:
The Salvation Army USA Central Territory Safe From Harm Reporting Book 1
Reporting Incidents & Concerns Involving Vulnerable Individuals: Definitions, Policies, and Procedures
For more information about Salvation Army policies that apply to the Safe From Harm program, please access the following document at your unit or via the Policies & Procedures database:
The Salvation Army USA Central Territory Safe From Harm Reporting Book 2
Related Policies and Guidelines Applicable to Safe From Harm Implementation
If you have any questions about reporting or require assistance with reporting, please call the toll-free Safe From Harm Reporting Hotline to consult with Legal Counsel:
Download a Word Document version of the below form if submitting via email or postal mail. If using this downloadable document, please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org or The Salvation Army USA Central Territory Legal Department, 10 W. Algonquin Road, Des Plaines, IL 60016-6006
For Incidents/Concerns/Reports please contact the Safe From Harm Reporting Hotline: 1-855-846-3330
For General Safe From Harm inquiries, contact the The Salvation Army USA Central Territory Safe From Harm Program Director: 847-294-2388
Welcome to The Salvation Army USA Central Territory’s Safe From Harm Reporting Website.
The following online form was created for The Salvation Army USA Central Territory's Safe From Harm program, a unique safety program that is geared to protect children, vulnerable adults, and Salvation Army personnel throughout the Central Territory's programs and ministry units. The form is intended for personnel and participants to document reporting of the following:
- Suspected or Known Abuse, Neglect, or Exploitation of a Vulnerable Individual
- Concerns of Inappropriate Behavior or Policy Violations Involving a Vulnerable Individual
- Injury of a Vulnerable Individual
- Lost or Missing Vulnerable Individual
All reports should be kept confidential, shared only with those who require direct involvement in the incident or concern for the purpose of upholding Salvation Army National and Central Territory policies as well as United States laws and the laws of states included within The Salvation Army Central Territory.
Communication via the Safe From Harm Reporting Hotline and reports submitted to the Safe From Harm Reporting Website are received by The Salvation Army USA Central Territory Legal Department in a manner that promotes protection by attorney-client privilege.