Safeguarding at Trinity
At Trinity Church & Centre, we are committed to the safeguarding of children, young people & adults at risk. This of course, includes good Health & Safety practice in all aspects of our work.
We want all our groups within Trinity to function safely and happily.
Trinity is committed to ensuring that everyone working with children, young people & adults at risk:
has DBS check (criminal records check)
is adequately trained & supervised
understands & follows Trinity’s safeguarding policy
Trinity has appointed Lucy Reid as Safeguarding co-ordinator and Rosemary Menzies as deputy.
At Trinity we take the safeguarding of children & vulnerable adults very seriously. We have a Safeguarding policy from the Methodist Church which is reviewed annually. Please ask in the office if you would like to see a copy, or view it as a pdf (which you can also download) by clicking this button...
If you have any concerns regarding the safety or welfare of a child or vulnerable adult connected to Trinity you can always speak to our Safeguarding Co-ordinators. Contact the office for their details - 0191 285 6130
CONNEXIONAL SAFEGUARDING TEAM: 020 7467 5189 email@example.com
REGIONAL SAFEGUARDING OFFICER: Darlington & Newcastle District
Carolyn Godfrey 07534 346 374 firstname.lastname@example.org
NEWCASTLE CITY COUNCIL:
Children’s Social Care services 0191 277 2500
Weekdays 8.45 – 5.00
Emergency Duty Team (outside office hours) 0191 278 7878
Community Health & Social Care
To report Adult Abuse 0191 278 8377
(outside office hours) 0191 278 787
NSPCC 0808 800 5000 email@example.com
Kidscape (help with bullying) 020 7730 3300
Parents advice line 020 7823 5430
Samaritans 116 123
Stop it Now 0808 1000 900
(concerns about child sexual abuse)
Age UK advice line 0800 055 6112 www.ageuk.org.uk
Childline, free 24hr counselling service 0800 1111 www.childline.org.uk
Action on Elder Abuse 0808 8088 141 www.elderabuse.org.uk
Modern Slavery Helpline 08000 121 700 www.modernslaveryhelpline.org.uk
Women’s Aid 0808 2000 247 www.womensaid.org.uk
Respect, domestic violence helpline 0808 802 4040
(supporting male victims of violence 0808 801 032)