Online Community Engagement Software

Moderation

This Engagement Hub is moderated by the National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia to ensure relevant non-offensive content is posted by registered users.
 
While we value your time in participating online and your comments are valued, moderation enables the site to be positively and constructively enjoyed by all participants. Content is screened prior to publishing on this website and may be screened after it has been published. If your published content receives legitimate objection, it will be unpublished and reviewed by the moderator. At any time, the moderator, at their sole discretion, can remove content that they deem unsatisfactory.
 
Additionally, a profanity filter is built into the software disabling any attempt by a user to use offensive language.
It is encouraged for participants to be thoroughly informed of the consultation’s subject, impacts and outcomes in drafting their content they intend to write, prior to posting a comment. The most effective way to share your opinion is through constructive contributions.
 
The following behaviour will not be tolerated:
  • Direct complaints and/or defamatory comments about any related National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia, their employers or representatives
  • Raising questions or issues unrelated to the site or the active consultation/s
  • Disrespect for other participant’s opinions and comments
  • Sharing of anyone’s personal information
  • Discriminating against or being inflammatory on another participant based on their gender, sexual preference, relationship status, race, religion, culture or appearance.
  • The posting of embedded content or links to advertising, illegal or offensive information
There is no obligation on the moderator to notify you, if your content has been deemed unsuitable for publishing.
 
A registered user will be permanently banned for their inconsideration and inability to meet these rules and those of the TOUs
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Acknowledgement of CountryAcknowledgement of Country

The Department for Environment and Water acknowledges Aboriginal people as the First Peoples and Nations of the lands and waters we live and work upon and we pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge and respect the deep spiritual connection and the relationship that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to Country.
 
The Department works in partnership with the First Peoples of South Australia and supports their Nations to take a leading role in caring for their Country.