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by Helen Clemow last modified 14 Dec, 2015 01:55 PM

'Safeguarding' is the umbrella term covering child protection and the protection of adults who may be at risk of abuse. This page was reconfigured in June 2015.

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We recognise that, to achieve a safe environment, we need to create an informed, caring atmosphere where the unthinkable can be thought and discussed. Clear guidelines, training and advice need to be given in order to help and support those giving their time to nurture children, young people and adults within the Church. This page has details and links for those who are safeguarding children, young people and adults who may be at risk of abuse. If you cannot find what you need, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Your first port of call:

The Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser

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Official Diocesan Guidance

Read this first!
Our Diocesan Framework
Abuse Disclosure Report Form
All documentation

Updated ListingThe 2016 training booking form is here

The 2014 Diocesan Safeguarding Policy is here

The FAQs are here

The Parish Safeguarding Rep Leaflet can be downloaded here

The Model Safeguarding Flowchart can be downloaded here

The DBS eligibility checklist is here

The 'National Policies' folder is here

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Useful numbers

Adult Social Care >>
Children's Services >>
CYP >>
Domestic Abuse >>
Offenders >>
Police >>
Adults who may be at risk of abuse >> 

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