Safeguarding

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Carey is committed to safeguarding children and adults.

Safeguarding at Carey – who’s who?

  • Andrew Barnett

    Safeguarding Elder

    Duties:

    • Providing a clear link between the Safeguarding-Co-ordinator and the Leadership.
    • Working with the Safeguarding-Co-ordinator and Deputy Safeguarding-Co-ordinator when safeguarding concerns are raised
    • Offering pastoral support to abuse victims in collaboration with others from the church and/or outside agencies
  • Hannah Swanepel

    Deputy Safeguarding Co-ordinator

    Duties:

    • To cover in the absence of the safeguarding co-ordinator e.g. when on holiday,
    • To provide administrative support to the Safeguarding Co-ordinator
    • Manage any accusation against the co-ordinator or someone close to them making it inappropriate for them to deal with the issue
  • Paula Gibbs

    Safeguarding Co-ordinator

    Duties:

    • The preparation and implementation of a safeguarding policy and its review annually
    • Ensuring safeguarding policies and procedures are followed
    • Working with the Deputy Safeguarding-Co-ordinator and Safeguarding Elder when safeguarding concerns are raised
    • Acting as an advocate on behalf of children and adults in need of protection.
    • Arranging and making sure workers and leaders attend relevant training
    • Keeping accurate records relating to safeguarding concerns.
    • Regularly informing the Leadership on good practice issues
    • Working in partnership with statutory and other agencies

 

 

Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.

Proverbs 31:8-9