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The Episcopal Vicar for Safeguarding and the Safeguarding Co-ordinator 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.
If you have any questions about Safeguarding or are concerned about a child or adult at risk then please contact the Safeguarding Team below. In addition the catholic church provides a number of support resources.
If you believe a child or adult at risk is in immediate danger then please contact the emergency services on 999 This parish stretches from the River Thames in Chelsea to Old Brompton Road is part of the Roman Catholic Westminster Diocese.
If you are the victim of abuse the catholic church provides a number of support services.
Are you caring for someone else's child? Or is your child being cared for by someone else? If so, you have a number of obligations. This leaflet provides information on those obligations as well as support services available to both parents and foster carers.
Episcopal Vicar for Safeguarding - Rev Monsignor Séamus O'Boyle:
firstname.lastname@example.org / 020 7226 3277
Interim Safeguarding Manager - Barbara Beese:
email@example.com / 0207 798 9350
PA to the Safeguarding Coordinator/Team Administrator/Commission Secretary - Gabriele Sedda:
firstname.lastname@example.org / 0207 798 9356
Safeguarding Officer - Natalie Creswick:
email@example.com / 0207 798 9359
DBS Administrator - Jackie Krobo:
firstname.lastname@example.org / 0207 798 9352
Safeguarding Support Officer - Arianna Sommariva:
email@example.com / 020 7798 9358
Parish Safeguarding Representatives - Dorota Trawinska & Alexia Carter:
Key Statutory Guidance relating to Children and Adults at Risk
Children - Working Together 2018
Adults at Risk - Care and Support Statutory Guidance (Care Act 2014 Guidance)
Local Safeguarding Childrens Board’s (LSCB) and Local Safeguarding Adults Board’s (LSAB) in the area: