Spotting and handling serious incidents in your charity

James Sinclair Taylor, Consultant in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, charity law and not for profit team.
James Sinclair Taylor
13 min Runtime

This video is part of our series of short videos about the way in which the Charity Commission regulates charities in England and Wales. 

In this episode, James Sinclair Taylor and Rachel McCastman discuss:

  • what amounts to a ‘serious incident’
  • when and how to make a serious incident report to the Charity Commission
  • how to make sure that serious incidents are spotted
  • what the key risks are

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James Sinclair Taylor works with a wide variety of charities, not for profits, local authorities and government departments. He tends to focus on governance and structure issues including reviews of governance, company group and collaborative structures, Royal Charters, International Federations and other bodies. He has done substantial amounts of work for membership organisations which represent a particular challenge.

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