Safeguarding in

 

the Benefice

 
  

Our Policy

We are committed to ensuring the highest standards of behaviour and care with children and vulnerable adults and have formally adopted the Church in Wales Safeguarding Policy.

The Church in Wales Safeguarding Policy 

Short Summary of the Safeguarding Policy 


Safeguarding Training

Anyone who undertakes a role in the Benefice working with children and/or vulnerable adults must have completed safeguarding training, provided by the Church in Wales.  To arrange training contact Helen Carey (contact details below).

 

Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks

Some roles which involve working with children and/or vulnerable adults require a DBS check to have been completed.  Guidance is available to help you determine whether your role requires a check and how to go about getting one.

 Short Guide on the DBS Process


Safeguarding Concerns

If you have any concerns and want to talk to someone about a safeguarding issue please contact the Provincial Safeguarding Officer for South Wales.  In an emergency, call the police.

Contact details for the Provincial Safeguarding Officer 



Queries

For more general queries, please contact Helen Carey on 07733 410155 or by email helenlcarey@virginmedia.com.