© Llay/Rossett Parish 2018
Llay - Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

SafeGuarding

From 1 July 2008 the Catholic Office for the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults was succeeded by the Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Service, and references to “Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection” were replaced by the term “Safeguarding”. The Diocesan Safeguarding Co-ordinator is Keith McDonogh: email and phone number can be obtained from the Presbytery. In each parish of the Diocese at least one person is identified as the Local Safeguarding Representative. For our parish the representative is Sharon Crump: email and phone number can be obtained from the Presbytery via contact form here. Her name and contact details are displayed at the back of both churches.  She meets the Co-ordinator and Diocese Link Officer during the year to review safeguarding arrangements, share best practice and to keep updated on safeguarding developments. “The Church recognises the personal dignity and right of children whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care.  The Church, and individual members of it, undertake to do all in their power to create a safe environment for children and to prevent their physical, sexual or emotional abuse.” Recommendation 4 – A Programme for Action (The Nolan Report) Safeguarding is about preventing abuse Abuse can take many forms – physical, emotional, basic neglect, sexual. If you believe a child/ vulnerable adult is in danger, you should take action and contact Social Services and/or the police. If you have concerns or suspect that a child / vulnerable adult is suffering abuse, you should Inform your parish representative , or Contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Co-ordinator Definition of Vulnerable Adult- A person over 18 years of age who: is or may be, in need of community care services by reason of mental or other disability, age or illness and who is, or may be, unable to take care of himself or herself, or unable to protect himself or herself against significant harm or serious exploitation.’
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2018
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

SafeGuarding

From 1 July 2008 the Catholic Office for the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults was succeeded by the Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Service, and references to “Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection” were replaced by the term “Safeguarding”. The Diocesan Safeguarding Co-ordinator is Keith McDonogh: email and phone number can be obtained from the Presbytery. In each parish of the Diocese at least one person is identified as the Local Safeguarding Representative. For our parish the representative is Sharon Crump: email and phone number can be obtained from the Presbytery via contact form here. Her name and contact details are displayed at the back of both churches.  She meets the Co-ordinator and Diocese Link Officer during the year to review safeguarding arrangements, share best practice and to keep updated on safeguarding developments. “The Church recognises the personal dignity and right of children whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care.  The Church, and individual members of it, undertake to do all in their power to create a safe environment for children and to prevent their physical, sexual or emotional abuse.” Recommendation 4 – A Programme for Action (The Nolan Report) Safeguarding is about preventing abuse Abuse can take many forms – physical, emotional, basic neglect, sexual. If you believe a child/ vulnerable adult is in danger, you should take action and contact Social Services and/or the police. If you have concerns or suspect that a child / vulnerable adult is suffering abuse, you should Inform your parish representative , or Contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Co-ordinator Definition of Vulnerable Adult- A person over 18 years of age who: is or may be, in need of community care services by reason of mental or other disability, age or illness and who is, or may be, unable to take care of himself or herself, or unable to protect himself or herself against significant harm or serious exploitation.’
© Llay/Rossett Parish 2018
Llay/Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales

SafeGuarding

From 1 July 2008 the Catholic Office for the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults was succeeded by the Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Service, and references to “Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection” were replaced by the term “Safeguarding”. The Diocesan Safeguarding Co-ordinator is Keith McDonogh: email and phone number can be obtained from the Presbytery. In each parish of the Diocese at least one person is identified as the Local Safeguarding Representative. For our parish the representative is Sharon Crump: email and phone number can be obtained from the Presbytery via contact form here. Her name and contact details are displayed at the back of both churches.  She meets the Co-ordinator and Diocese Link Officer during the year to review safeguarding arrangements, share best practice and to keep updated on safeguarding developments. “The Church recognises the personal dignity and right of children whom it has a special responsibility and duty of care.  The Church, and individual members of it, undertake to do all in their power to create a safe environment for children and to prevent their physical, sexual or emotional abuse.” Recommendation 4 – A Programme for Action (The Nolan Report) Safeguarding is about preventing abuse Abuse can take many forms – physical, emotional, basic neglect, sexual. If you believe a child/ vulnerable adult is in danger, you should take action and contact Social Services and/or the police. If you have concerns or suspect that a child / vulnerable adult is suffering abuse, you should Inform your parish representative , or Contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Co-ordinator Definition of Vulnerable Adult- A person over 18 years of age who: is or may be, in need of community care services by reason of mental or other disability, age or illness and who is, or may be, unable to take care of himself or herself, or unable to protect himself or herself against significant harm or serious exploitation.’