The protection of young and vulnerable people in and around the church is our top priority. Each of our leaders, Sunday school teachers and youth workers has been trained in safeguarding by the Diocese in Europe and vetted by the police. If you have any questions or concerns about this, our safeguarding officer, Sophie Manson can be contacted by e-mail at this address: email@example.com
La protection de la jeunesse et des personnes vulnérables est la priorité de notre église. Chaque responsable d’église a suivi une formation dans ce domaine et a fourni un casier judiciaire vièrge. Contactez firstname.lastname@example.org pour plus d’informations et cliquez sur les liens ci-dessous pour lire la politique de l’église à cet égard.
In accordance with the Diocese in Europe’s Safeguarding Policy, our Chaplaincy is committed to:
• Promoting a safer environment and culture.
• Safely recruiting and supporting all those with any responsibility related to children, young people and
vulnerable adults within the church.
• Responding promptly to every safeguarding concern or allegation.
• Caring pastorally for victims/survivors of abuse and other affected persons.
• Caring pastorally for those who are the subject of concerns or allegations of abuse and other affected
• Responding to those that may pose a present risk to others.
The Chaplaincy will:
• Endeavour to create a safe and caring place for all.
• Have a named local Safeguarding Officer to work with the incumbent and the Chaplaincy Council to
implement policy and procedures.
• Safely recruit, train and support all those with any responsibility for children, young people and adults to
have the confidence and skills to recognise and respond to abuse.
• Where possible, ensure that there is appropriate insurance cover for all activities involving children and
adults undertaken in the name of the chaplaincy.
• Display in church premises and on the chaplaincy website the details of who to contact if there are
safeguarding concerns or support needs.
• Listen to and take seriously all those who disclose abuse.
• Take steps to protect children and adults when a safeguarding concern of any kind arises, following
House of Bishops’ guidance, including notifying the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser (DSA) and local child
and/or adult services immediately.
• Offer support to victims/survivors of abuse regardless of the type of abuse, when or where it occurred.
• Care for and monitor any member of the church community who may pose a risk to children and adults
whilst maintaining appropriate confidentiality and the safety of all parties.
• Review the implementation of the Safeguarding Policy, procedures and practices at least annually.
Click on the link below to read the specific safeguarding policy of our church.
The Anglican diocese of Europe has a UK safeguarding telephone line, the details of which are below:
Diocesan Confidential Reporting Line:
For urgent and non-urgent
If outside of operational hours, for non-urgent concerns please leave a message and a member of the Team will respond on the next working day.
Vous pouvez également utiliser le service “allo enfance en danger” mis en place par le gouvernement français : 119 (allo119.gouv.fr)
Pour signaler une situation de vulnérabilité, voire de maltraitance, envers une personne adulte, appelez le service d’action sociale (signalement d’adultes vulnérables en danger) au : 04.68.11.69.68 Pour plus d’infos, consultez le site www.adultes-vulnerables.fr/le-signalement-dune-situation-de-vulnerabilite