Cromer Church's policy on Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults in the Church rests on four key points:

  • We believe it is the responsibility of all church members to do their best to prevent the physical, sexual, emotional or spiritual abuse of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and to report abuse that is alleged or suspected.
  • We will observe Church of England guidelines, as agreed by PCC, with regard to children, young people and vulnerable adults. We will support and resource workers who are appointed by the PCC, and provide for them supervision as a way of maintaining good practice.
  • We expect our workers to undertake the Safeguarding Training that is offered by the Diocese and they will be required to obtain a DBS disclosure and complete a Confidential Declaration before commencing their work.
  • We understand that responsibility for the appointment of workers shall rest with the PCC.

Further details are available on request from the Named Persons, to whom safeguaring concerns or reports of alleged or suspected abuse should be reported promptly and in confidence.

Rebecca Westall
Rebecca Westall
Named Person for Safeguarding (Children and Youth)
Alison Orsborne
Alison Orsborne
Named Person for Safeguarding (Vulnerable Adults)
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