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Governance

GOVERNANCE

Governance

IASIO is fully compliant with The Governance Code for the Community, Voluntary and Charitable Sector in Ireland. We confirm that a review of our organisation’s compliance with the principles in the Code was conducted and was based on an assessment of our organisational practice against the recommended actions for each principle;

Principle 1: Leading our organisation

Principle 2: Exercising control over our organisation

Principle 3: Being transparent and accountable

Principle 4: Working effectively

Principle 5: Behaving with integrity

We confirm that our organisation is committed to the standards outlined in these principles. We commit to reviewing our organisational practice against the recommended actions for each principle each year.

Click on the link to download a signed copy of the 5 Principles of the Governance Code.

Click on the link to download a copy of the IASIO Constitution.

Financial information:

  • Please click here (Will be available in April 2017) to download the Financial Statements Year Ended 31 December 2016.
  • Please click here to download the Financial Statements Year Ended 31 December 2015.
  • Please click here to download the Financial Statements Year Ended 31 December 2014 and 2013
  • Please click here to download the Draft Financial Statements Year Ended 31 December 2012.

IASIO works with the Irish Probation Service and the Irish Prison Service and is committed to the development and delivery of services to offenders and people at risk of offending, making communities safer through excellence in practice.

Irish Association For The Social Integration Of Offenders (IASIO), Is A Not-For-Profit Organisation With Charitable Status (CHY20578) and Company Limited By Guarantee. Registered In Ireland No. 508840

Policies:

Conflict of Interest Policy
Board members roles and responsibilities
Board Audit Committee Terms of Reference
IASIO Whistleblowing Policy
Board Code of Conduct
Feedback and Complaints Procedure

IASIO has successfully assisted over 17,000 offenders to gain education, training, employment and resettlement support since each of the Services began.

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