This section of the website is to support parents and our members both current and past with queries they may have following the recent media coverage relating to Scouting Ireland.
Anyone who wishes to speak to one of our team, in confidence, may call our dedicated helpline 1800-221199 (Freephone) or email email@example.com.
All of us involved in Scouting have been deeply saddened by the information which has come to light in recent days. 108 alleged victims have shared information with us concerning 71 alleged perpetrators who were active in our legacy
If you have a concern
Anyone who wishes to speak to one of our team, in confidence, may call our dedicated helpline 1 800 221199 (Freephone) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Every person coming forward with a complaint relating to sexual abuse is encouraged and supported in bringing their complaint to the relevant statutory authorities.
We would encourage anyone who has been adversely affected by any recent items in the national press to talk to someone they trust. Please Click Here for more information including details of counseling services
Please Click Here for our Victims Policy
Please Click Here for the Scouting Ireland "Safety Statement"
Please click HERE for our "Safeguarding Children and Young People" section of our Website
Please click HERE for our "Reporting Procedures"
Please click HERE for our previous "Statement" from March 2018