Everyone who uses a PCRS service has the right to have information about them kept private.
You have the right to read any reports or documents we write about you, and to know in advance who (if anyone) will be receiving reports about you. Depending on the service you access, there may be information that we have to report to the Ministry that is funding the service you access. A PCRS staff member will let you know this when you start with us.
You have the right to request changes to any reports about you, or have your comments or disagreement (if applicable) noted in writing.
If you or anyone else shares information that a child is unsafe, we must, by law, report this. If you or anyone else shares information that a person has, or is about to commit a serious crime, we have a civil responsibility to report this to the police.
If you have any questions or would like to see our policies, please ask any PCRS staff member.
If you or anyone else shares information that a child is unsafe, we must, by law, report this to the Ministry of Children and Family Development.