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Safeguarding complaints policy and procedure

How to complain if you are not satisfied with any aspect of the safeguarding service provided to you at a diocesan level.


Safeguarding guidance for undertaking activities in your own home and lone working

Safeguarding guidance for those undertaking parish activities in a home environment, or working with individuals or groups of vulnerable people.


Safeguarding guidance on communicating electronically

The use of social networking sites, mobile phones and emails are popular methods of communicating amongst children and young people. It is therefore important that certain safeguards are put in place by the parish.


Safeguarding training

All those who work with children, young people or vulnerable adults, or are responsible for those who do, must take part in safeguarding training, which is on offer throughout the year.


Volunteering and working with children and adults at risk

This information applies to all those in the Diocese of London who are to be appointed to roles which involve working, either paid or on a voluntary basis, with vulnerable groups – children/young people and/or adults at risk.


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