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Bullying: recording and reporting incidents

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Last updated on 7 June 2018
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It's up to you to decide whether to record bullying incidents, but you'll find some examples of forms in this article if you wish to do so. You can also find information about when to report incidents to the LA and how to evaluate your approach to bullying.

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Contents

  1. 1 Your duties
  2. 2 Examples of bullying incident forms
  3. 3 Systems for reporting and recording bullying
  4. 4 Evaluating your approach to bullying 

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