Promoting a safer church for all from the introduction promoting a safer church presents the church of englands policy statement for safeguarding children young people and vulnerable adults which applies to all church bodies and church officers it sets out the five foundations on which the policy is based the six policy. Promoting a safe church outlines the house of bishops policy for safeguarding adults in the church it provides examples of good practice for those in positions of trust and those working with vulnerable adults as well as procedures to follow if abuse is suspected or occurs. Statement of safeguarding principles we are committed to the safeguarding care and nurture of everyone within our community the church of england will promote a safer environment and culture safely recruit and support all those with any responsibility related to children and vulnerable adults within the church. Safeguarding vulnerable adults what you should do when you have concerns or suspicions about the welfare of a vulnerable adult click here for the church of england promoting a safe church policy an adult who is vulnerable is defined as any adult aged 18 or over who by reason of mental or other disability age illness or other . Policy within the diocese in the diocese of worcester we follow and are committed to the church of englands house of bishops safeguarding policies and the relevant statutory legislation and guidance working together to ensure the welfare of children and young people is paramountthese statements are listed below
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