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Safeguarding and GDPR


Our Safeguarding

At Rudgwick Church we are committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults.  

We recognise that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and are committed to implementing all safeguarding policies and practice guidance issued by the House of Bishops.

On this page you will find policies and documents relating to safeguarding as well as contact details for various organisations.

Our Parish Safeguarding Representative is Marilyn Quail.

She can be contacted at htrsafeguardingofficer@gmail.com

and 01403 822766.

Marilyn Quail

Policies

Parish E-Safety Policy

Parish Whistleblowing Policy

Parish Responding to Safeguarding Allegations Policy

GDPR Data Privacy Notice

GDPR Consent Form

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Forms 

RYC Parental Consent Form

Volunteer Driver Agreement

Consent for lifts

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Diocesan

Our Safeguarding Advisor for Chichester Diocese is Colin Perkins

Phone: 01273 425792 

or 07500 771210

colinperkins@chichester.anglican.org

Further contact details for the Diocesan Safeguarding team can be found on the Diocesan Safeguarding Website, 

along with links to other organisations and the statutory authorities in Sussex who should be contacted to request urgent assistance.

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Getting help

If you are a child

and you need to talk to someone about things that are happening to you, that you don’t like, you can contact Childline, or telephone Childline on 0800 1111

If you are an adult

and you need to access support about something that is happening to you, you can find details of various support organisations on the I have been abused page of the Diocesan Safeguarding website (click down to find links to various support organisations for you to contact).

If you need to contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Team, their details are on the Contact the Team page of the Diocesan Safeguarding website.

If you need to report a safeguarding concern

to the statutory authorities in Sussex, you can find out what to do on the What to do if page of the Diocesan Safeguarding website.  (Click on the option on the left that most describes the situation you are concerned about, and follow the advice and further links you find there.) Please remember to contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Team as well once you have contacted the statutory authorities.

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