Parish Safeguarding Co-Ordinator
Sue Rogers - email@example.com
Darran Hibbert - firstname.lastname@example.org
Alan Rogers - email@example.com
All volunteers involved in church based activities are required to undertake safeguarding training, which needs to be refreshed every 3 years. Courses are available on-line and can be found HERE.
The Diocese require each Parish to maintain a central record of all training undertaken by volunteers, so once you have completed the on-line course you should save or print off the completion certificate. A copy of this should be sent to the church administrator, soft copies can be sent to her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Helplines for those in need of support
NSPCC - For adults concerned about a child 0808 800 5000
ChildLine - For children and young people on 0800 1111
The Marie Collins Foundation – For support for young people abused online 01765 688827
Action on Elder Abuse helpline 0808 808 8141
24-hour National Domestic Violence Helpline 0808 2000 247
NAPAC – Offer support and advice to adult survivors of childhood abuse 0808 801 0331
Stop It Now – preventing child sexual abuse 0808 1000 900
Cruse – bereavement helpline 0808 808 1677
We are committed to the safeguarding of all children, young people and adults when they are vulnerable. We aim to establish safe, caring communities, which provide a caring environment where these is a culture of 'informed vigilance' as to the dangers of abuse.
We comply with the Safeguarding Policy statement of the Church of England and follow the procedures and guidance contained within the Canterbury Diocesan Safeguarding Guidelines in respect of DBS disclosure checks, risk assessments and all other safeguarding practice and procedures.
For further information please view the Code of Practice and Diocesan Guidelines below:
Diocesan Safeguarding link:
Current Policies for Christ Church St Andrews
Parish Safeguarding Policy
Safeguarding Adults Policy