Facebook Moderation policy
Our Supporting Justice Facebook page is a platform to share information, news, and updates on our services. We warmly welcome your participation, and look forward to receiving your comments and discussions on this page.
However, we do ask that all our followers to adhere to conventions of polite, appropriate and constructive discourse, respecting other comments and individuals.
If we feel that content or comments posted on the page are not appropriate, and do not fit our criteria, we will remove them.
Including comments that:
– contain offensive abusive, threatening, malicious or indecent language including swearing
– are irrelevant or inappropriate (including material not directly relevant to the discussion)
For serious or persistent breaches of the moderation policy, we reserve the right to prevent users from posting further comments.
Please not that, while we will do our utmost to monitor and regulate the page frequently, we do not moderate our site 24/7.
Twitter Moderation Policy
If you are following us on Twitter, you can expect tweets covering some or all of the following:
- Issues affecting Victims and Witnesses
- Innovation in Criminal Justice
- Social Justice Policy
- Review of Publications
- Contributions to consultations
- News about Supporting Justice Services
We will always aim to be fair and accurate in all the information we publish. We will aim to correct any inaccuracies as soon as possible.
Although we will do our utmost to monitor our page frequently, we are not able to monitor our page 24/7, and will not be able to respond to all those that seek a response from us.
If you follow us on Twitter, we will not automatically follow you back. Being followed by us does not imply endorsement of any kind.