The National Register is an essential part of the Anglican Church of Australia’s response to the prevention of child abuse and adult sexual misconduct.
The National Register contains only information primarily pertaining to complaints or findings of child abuse and adult sexual misconduct as well as adverse findings against or adverse admissions made by clergy or lay people within the Church.
More details about the National Register can be found on the Anglican Church of Australia website.
You can access information about yourself on the National Register and seek to have it amended it by submitting forms approved by the Standing Committee of General Synod
Application to Obtain Information About Yourself in the National Register
Application for Amendment of Information in the National Register