Safeguarding are the measures we put in place to keep children and vulnerable adults safe. Trinity is fully committed to enforcing a robust Safeguarding Policy. We seek to ensure that all children, young people and vulnerable adults who are attending meetings, groups or activities at Trinity, and cannot be subjected to any kind of abuse.
Our safeguarding process:
- All members who wish to work with young persons or vulnerable adults must obtain a DBS Criminal records check
- Trinity provides training and guidance for all those who work with young persons or vulnerable adults, to ensure they have adequate understanding of safeguarding issues and procedures
- Trinity actively fosters an environment where young persons and vulnerable adults feel valued, listened to and welcomed
- All members of Trinity working with young persons or vulnerable adults must read and agree to abide by the Safeguarding Policy
- All groups involving children or vulnerable adults must be overseen by at least two workers with DBS checks, and except in exceptional circumstances those two workers must always be present
- All workers must be aware of who the Safeguarding Officers are, and how to pass on any concerns to them
- Any concerns that any Trinity member or visitor many have must be passed on immediately to the Safeguarding Officers
You can read our full safeguarding policy for:
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