• [1] Definitions
    • [1.1] We define "SPS" as Single Parents Support, Single Parents Support C.I.C., SPS UK Group, The SPS Directors and anyone they chose to appoint within Single Parents Support.
    • [1.2] We define "SPS Community Members" as any individual using any SPS platform to interact with other members of SPS, including our website, facebook groups and members attending SPS Social Meets.
    • [1.3] We define "Interactions" as including, but not limited to
      • [1.3.1] Posts on Facebook
      • [1.3.2] Comments on Facebook
      • [1.3.3] Replies to Comments on Facebook
      • [1.3.4] Messages sent via Facebook or Facebook Messenger
      • [1.3.5] Forum Posts
      • [1.3.6] Forum Replies
      • [1.3.7] Face to Face at SPS Events
    • [1.4] We define "Discriminatory Terminology" as any interaction considered discriminatory towards, but not limited to, the following.
      • [1.4.1] Race
      • [1.4.2] Sex
      • [1.4.3] Religion
      • [1.4.4] Mental Health
      • [1.4.5] Disability
      • [1.4.6] Sexuality
    • [1.5] We define "Name and Shame" as any interaction that is negative towards an individual that includes any personal information that could be used to identify that individual.
  • [2] Member Interaction
    • [2.1] SPS Community Members should be considerate with their interactions
      • [2.1.1] Any interactions containing harmful or hostile language aimed at another community member may be removed without warning, and we may act in accordance to SPS warning procedures.
      • [2.1.2] Any interactions with other community members should be supportive in nature. Mutual respect should be given at all times. If any interaction is considered not supportive then SPS may remove the interaction and potentially act in accordance with the SPS warning procedures.
      • [2.1.3] Any interaction that contains information regarding illegal activities may be removed without warning, and SPS may act in accordance to our warning procedure.
    • [2.2] SPS Community Members should be respectful with their interactions
      • [2.2.1] Any interaction that contains explicit profanity may be removed without warning.
      • [2.2.2] Any interaction that contains pornographic material, either graphical or written, may be removed without warning, and we may act in accordance to the SPS warning procedures.
      • [2.2.3] Any interaction that is deemed indecent by the SPS team may be removed without warning, and SPS may act in accordance to our warning policy.
      • [2.2.4] Any interaction with intent to beg or ask for money may be removed without warning.
    • [2.3] SPS Community Members should be respectful to what they share on SPS
      • [2.3.1] Any interaction with intent to Name and Shame a non community member may result in the interaction being removed.
      • [2.3.2] Any interaction with intent to Name and Shame a Community Member may be removed, and SPS may act in accordance to our warning procedure.
      • [2.3.3] Any interaction that contains personal information of another member without their prior consent may be removed.
      • [2.3.4] Any interaction that contains links to blogs, competitions that are not approved by SPS may be removed without warning.
      • [2.3.5] Any interaction that contains links to Businesses may be removed without warning.
      • [2.3.6] Any interaction that contains links to Charities or Fundraising that are not affiliated with SPS may be removed without warning.
      • [2.3.7] Any interaction that contains links to Petitions that are not affiliated with SPS may be removed without warning.
      • [2.3.8] Any interaction that contains Marketing, Advertising or Recruiting for any business or business model may be removed without warning and SPS may act in accordance with our SPS warning procedures.
      • [2.3.9] Any interaction that contains detailsĀ of Web Pages or other Facebook Groups that are not affiliated with SPS may be removed without warning.
      • [2.3.10] Any interaction that involves discussions of topics found on other Facebook groups, or websites, may be removed without warning.
    • [2.4] SPS Community Members should be respectful with what they share outside of SPS
      • [2.4.1] Any interaction that involves sharing of post, post information or community member information outside of the SPS groups may result in SPS acting in accordance to the SPS warning procedure, or the SPS Termination Policy, depending on severity.
      • [2.4.2] Any interaction that involves discussions or screenshots of any posts from SPS groups may result in SPS acting in accordance to our warning procedure, or the SPS Termination Policy, depending on severity.
    • [2.5] SPS Community Members should be respectful of SPS Team decisions
      • [2.5.1] Any interaction from an SPS Group Moderator should be adhered to, and should be considered a first warning, in line with our SPS Warning Procedures.
      • [2.5.2] Should any SPS Community Member disagree with a moderators actions, they should contact one of the SPS Senior Moderators, which will be listed on the SPS website and on pinned posts.
      • [2.5.3] The directors of SPS have the final say on all Moderation matters, and reserve the right to remove any interaction or member without warning.
    • [2.6] SPS Community Members should be considerate with their private interactions with other Community Members
      • [2.6.1] Prior interaction should occur, and consent be obtained, before sending private interactions to other community members.
      • [2.6.2] Members of the Moderation team and the Coordination team may contact SPS Community Members privately in the course of their duties in their associated role.
      • [2.6.3] Any private interaction that contains unsolicited pornographic content will result in SPS acting in accordance to the SPS warning procedure.
      • [2.6.4] Any private interactions that can be described as systematically targeting members are prohibited, and will result in SPS acting in accordance to the SPS warning procedure.
    • [2.7] SPS Community Members should be non-discriminatory with their interactions
      • [2.7.1] Any interaction containing any discriminatory terminology will not be tolerated and may be removed without warning, and we may act in accordance to SPS warning procedures.
      • [2.7.2] Any interaction with the sole purpose of being discriminatory may be removed, and the perpetrator may be removed without warning, in compliance with SPS termination policy.
    • [2.8] SPS Community Members should place content in the correct places
      • [2.8.1] The Facebook group titled "Single Parents Support - UK Based" is our main Support group, it should be used explicitly for asking for or offering support.
      • [2.8.2] The Facebook group titled "Single Parents Support Social UK Group" is our Social group, it is where SPS Community Members are free to post any social interaction, in line with this SPS Community Member Code of Conduct.
      • [2.8.3] The Facebook group titled "SPS Donations" is a group to offer and ask for donation items.
      • [2.8.4] The Facebook group titled "SPS Lifestyle" is a group for posts with Food, Exercise and physical well being at their core.
      • [2.8.5] Any post created in the wrong location may be removed by a member of the SPS moderation team.

This Code of Conduct is subject to change.