Safeguarding

Safeguarding

The Trust of St Benedict, Ealing Abbey, is committed to the Safeguarding policies of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, to take all reasonable steps to protect children, young people and vulnerable adults from any form of abuse or maltreatment and to promote a safe environment for them, by clear safeguarding procedures

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The Episcopal Vicar of Safeguarding and the Safeguarding Advisor are responsible for the planning and monitoring of all aspects of vulnerable groups work within the Diocese, with the exception of schools. This involves responding to any allegations past or present, of inappropriate behaviour or actual abuse of children or vulnerable adults by any person working for the Diocese, either paid or voluntary, and liaising with the police and social services. It also involves promoting and implementing the National Policies for Child Protection or the Protection of Vulnerable Adults which have been adopted by the Diocese.

RCDOW Safeguarding Team

Episcopal Vicar for Safeguarding – Fr Jeremy Trood:

jeremytrood@rcdow.org.uk / 0207 387 1971

Safeguarding Co-ordinator – Eva Edohen:

evaedohen@rcdow.org.uk / 0207 798 7950

PA to the Safeguarding Coordinator/Team Administrator/Commission Secretary – Gabriele Sedda:

gabrielesedda@rcdow.org.uk / 0207 798 9356

Assistant to the Safeguarding Co-ordinator and contact for Safeguarding Reps – Rachel Haynes:

rachelhaynes@rcdow.org.uk / 0207 798 9358

Assistant to the Safeguarding Coordinator – Alex Keramidas: 

alexkeramidas@rcdow.org.uk / 0207 798 9359

DBS Administrator – Jackie Krobo:

jackiekrobo@rcdow.org.uk / 0207 798 9352

Safeguarding Statement
The Trust of St Benedict, Ealing Abbey, is committed to the Safeguarding policies of the Catholic Church in England and Wales. This commitment flows from the fact that we are all made in the image of God and the Church’s common belief in the dignity and uniqueness of every human life. We start from the principle that each person has a right to expect the highest level of care and protection, love, encouragement and respect that we can give. We will liaise closely and openly with statutory agencies to ensure that any concerns or allegations of abuse that are raised are promptly reported and properly responded to, victims supported and perpetrators held to account.

Safeguarding Contacts
Tel No.
Our Monastery Representative
Fr Timothy Gorham, OSB
NSPCC
– 0800 800 500 or 42 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3NH or www.nspcc.org.uk or
– Textphone service (for deaf people) – 0800 056 0566
Child Line
Free phone 0800 11 11 or www.childline.org.uk for other methods of communication including online chat to a ChildLine counsellor, email, text and message boards.
Domestic Violence
For emergency help dial 999.CEDAR (Catholics Experiencing Domestic Abuse Resources) for confidential advice and support call 24 hour helpline run in partnership with Women’s aid and refuge 0808 2000 247
Website www.cedar.uk.net
Help the Aged
www.helptheaged.org.uk on 0207 278 1114
Action on Elder Abuse
www.elderabuse.org.uk on 0808 808 8141

Information on Safeguarding

Lucy Faithfull Foundation

www.lucyfaithfull.org

Parents Protect

For parents and carers.

www.parentsprotect.co.uk

Stop It Now

For confidential advice for those who have concerns about others and for those who have concerns about their own thoughts and feelings.

Helpline 0808 1000 900 or
Email help@stopitnow.org.uk

`Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Service
CATHOLIC SAFEGUARDING
ADVISORY SERVICE (CSAS)

The CSAS has been established to be responsible for driving and supporting improvements in practice. Its primary role is one of co-ordination, advice and support in respect of the wider job of safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults.

To access and view the national Safeguarding policies and procedures of the Catholic Church of England & Wales please go to www.csasprocedures.uk.net

 

updated JL 11 April 2016