Safeguarding Policies

Safeguarding Policies

At St Clements, we want to maintain a safe environment for everyone, especially children, young people and vulnerable adults.

You can find links to our Safeguarding policies at the bottom of this page.

 

If you have concerns about possible Child Abuse

or Abuse of Vulnerable Adults…

Tell someone!

The Vicar: Rev Stuart Carter

Tel – 0121 748 5550 (ext.2) Email: vicar@stclementschurchcb.com

Parish Safeguarding Coordinator: Alison Haywood

Tel. 0121 748 5550 (ext.5) / 0121 748 6415. Email: alison.haywood4@btinternet.com

 

Parish Children’s Advocate: Wendy Carter – 07702 378855

Parish Vulnerable Adult Advocate : Colin West – 0121 747 6860

 If you can’t get hold of these, you can also contact:

Bishop’s Adviser for Safeguarding Children – 07342 993 844

ChildLine – 0800 1111

NSPCC – 0808 800 5000

Solihull Local Authority Child Abuse Helpline can be contacted at the following telephone numbers – 0121 788 4333, and for urgent cases outside office hours: 0121 605 6060)

In an Emergency call the Police – 999

 

 

St Clements Safeguarding Policies:

St Clements Parochial Church Council (PCC) carried out a review of its safeguarding policies in August 2019, and has adopted the following policies and guidelines in accordance with the requirements of the Church of England and the Church of England Birmingham. You can view or download them by clicking on the links provided below. 

 

PROMOTING A SAFER CHURCH – POLICY STATEMENT [view here]

Also “Promoting a Safer Church” Parish Safeguarding Handbook [view here]

 

ST CLEMENTS PARISH SAFEGUARDING – POLICY STATEMENT [view here] 

Also: The Church of England Birmingham’s policy, practice and guidelines as outlined in:

“Safer recruitment & Disclosure & Barring Service Application Procedures” [view here]

“Key Roles and Responsibilities of Church Office Holders and Bodies – Practice Guidelines” [view here]

“Responding to, assessing and managing safeguarding concerns, or allegations against church officers” [view here]

 

RESPONDING TO DOMESTIC ABUSE – POLICY STATEMENT [view here]

Church of England-Birmingham’s “Responding well to Domestic Abuse – Policy and guidelines” [view here]

 

ST CLEMENTS ONLINE AND SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY[view here]

 

ST CLEMENTS POLICY FOR THE RECRUITMENT OF EX-OFFENDERS [view here]

 

ST CLEMENTS PARISH SAFEGUARDING COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE [view here]

 

 

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