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Safeguarding

Children, young people and vulnerable adults

Safeguarding Children, young people and vulnerable adults

The Safeguarding team provides comprehensive support, advice and guidance for Bishops, Clergy and lay people in churches and Mission Areas on all matters relating to the Church in Wales policy on safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

Specific safeguarding concerns or the need to talk about an allegation are managed by the Provincial Safeguarding Officer.

St Asaph has its own Safeguarding Support Officer who, in partnership with the Provincial Safeguarding Officer form part of the Provincial Safeguarding Team.  This is a multi-disciplinary team with a wide range of experience, skills and knowledge to support the Church to stay safe.  The support officer role provides training across the Diocese and supports the Mission Areas in the implementation of The Church in Wales’ Safeguarding Policy.

Safeguarding concerns or complaints should be referred in the first instance to Wendy Lemon, Provincial Safeguarding Officer, based in North Wales.  Wendy can be contacted on 07392 319064 /wendylemon@churchinwales.org.uk.

If Wendy is unavailable, please contact Elaine Cloke Head of Safeguarding: elainecloke@churchinwales.org.uk / 0292 034 8200 or 07787 244037 or Fay Howe Provincial Safeguarding Officer: 07551 124219.

Emma Leighton-Jones is Safeguarding Support Officer for the Diocese of St Asaph. Emma is responsible for administering the safeguarding programme in the diocese and supporting Churches and Mission Areas in training and development for safe ministry. Emma can be contacted on 07881 016186 / emmaleighton-jones@churchinwales.org.uk.