SAFEGUARDING

WHAT IS SAFEGUARDING?

Safeguarding is the protection of children and youth under the age of 18, as well as vulnerable adults. It is about protecting those who may not otherwise have a voice.

At Rugby Elim, we take Safeguarding seriously, and as such are proud to support our staff and volunteers who are passionately serving the local community in a variety of projects.

 

WHO ARE THE SAFEGUARDING TEAM?

The Safeguarding team is currently made up of three members:

 Rev. Sam Banfield (Safeguarding Leader)

Rev. Sam Banfield
(Safeguarding Leader)

 David Kirkland Snr. (Deputy Safeguarding Leader)

David Kirkland Snr.
(Deputy Safeguarding Leader)

 Ruth Jelley (Safeguarding Administrator)

Ruth Jelley
(Safeguarding Administrator)

 

DOCUMENTS & INTERNAL POLICIES

Rugby Elim's Safeguarding Policy, including Section 7: E-Safety (Click to view)

Rugby Elim's Policy on Protection of Vulnerable Adults (Click to view)

Rugby Elim's Good Practice Guide (Click to view)

 

EXTERNAL LINKS

Elim's National Safeguarding Information

The Churches' Child Protection Advisory Service (CCPAS)