Safe Ministry

The Anglican Diocese of the Northern Territory has

zero tolerance towards any kind of abuse

Safe Ministry Poster

The Diocese of the Northern Territory is committed to safe ministries. This means that Diocesan parishes, ministries and entities should be person-valuing, harm-free and respectful environments for ministry to God’s glory.

Downloadable Resources

Poster for Display Safe Ministry Poster for Display in Churches
Code of Conduct Faithfulness in Service
Safe Ministry Check Forms

Church Worker Check Level 1
Church Worker Check_Level 2 (18yo or over)
Church Worker Check_Level_2 (15 – 17 yo)
Church Worker Check Level 3
Level 1 Referee Form

Step-by-step Safe Ministry Screening in Parishes
Clearance on Declaration Flowchart

Contracter-Child-Safety-Form 1/6/2021

Police Check and Ochre Card Forms NT Police Check form or (apply online)
NT Ochre Card (working with children) form or (apply online)
Protocols and Policies

SM009_Responding-to-Sexual-Misconduct_Protocol (Nov 2017)
SM012-PSMA-Protocol (Oct 2019)


Safe Ministry Training

2022 Training:
The Anglican Diocese of the Northern Territory offers Safe Ministry Training at 3 Levels:
* Course 1 – Safe Ministry Essentials (Screening)
* Course 2 – Safe Ministry with Children and Young People (Screening)
* Course 3 – Safe Ministry Implementation (Leadership Implementation)

Most Safe Ministry training for screening is now delivered online. Online training can be booked through your Parish’s PSMA (Parish Safe Ministry Administrator) or alternatively through your Rector. Those training for diocesan roles please contact the DSMA (Diocesan Safe Ministry Administrator).
Regular remote area training is delivered into remote communities and occasionally face to face training will be offered in Darwin.
For more information or if you have any questions contact the DSMA.