Jumptown Jam is committed to creating a safe space for all guests and dancers at all of our events. Please respect our Code of Conduct.
If someone is making you feel uncomfortable or unsafe, we are here to listen to you and support you. Please contact Jumptown Jam staff and ask to speak to the Safe Spaces Officer, Liam Honer. If the Safe Spaces Officer is unavailable at that moment, please ask for Jumptown Jam Organisers, Dixie Addison-Rolfe or Adam Lachlan.
What will happen if I talk to the Safe Spaces Officer?
- The conversation can be anything from an informal chat to writing up an incident report of happened.
- You can always bring a friend or a support person with you.
- We will ask you details about what happened and who was involved.
- We will decide whether there has been a breach of the Code of Conduct.
- We will discuss with you different resolutions. This could include strategies to approach or address the behaviour, a talk or an intervention by the Safe Spaces Officer, or asking someone to leave the event.
- There may be some interventions where you can remain anonymous, but in other interventions we may need to give your account of what happened. We will always make sure we have your consent before passing on identifying information.
Jumptown Jam acknowledges 1929 Studios for “What will happen” text.