SAFETY & REPORTING
PPA is committed to creating a safe and positive environment for all participants. To this end, the organization has revised its policies and instituted new ones to foster a community that treats all individuals with dignity and respect.
This includes requiring instructional staff to undergo national criminal history background checks, adding language to our policies and contract to disclose any situations that could disqualify participation, and implementing a new process for reporting concerns or misconduct.
With this, PPA hopes to promote a culture of transparency and accountability committed to the safety of our members.
Paramount Performing Arts (PPA) requires its board directors, employees, volunteers, and members to observe high standards of business and personal ethics in the conduct of their duties and responsibilities. Employees and representatives of PPA must practice honesty and integrity in fulfilling their responsibilities and comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and ordinances.
While we hope that all those who come in contact with PPA feel unhindered and unthreatened in raising concerns, complaints, and issues, we recognize that it is essential to also provide for confidential and anonymous submission of such concerns, complaints, and issues, to ensure PPA has the full opportunity to investigate and address any potential violations of policy, law, or ordinance in the conduct of our activities.
You may report any concerns or issues via this anonymous form below and it will be sent to the Ethics Committee is comprised of select PPA board members and the board President. You can also email any concerns or issues directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PPA takes our Whistleblower & Anti-Retaliation Policy seriously. If you have a complaint, report, or inquiry to submit, please use this form or email us.