In the first instance please click here for the Church of England’s work on Promoting a Safer Church at https://www.churchofengland.org/safeguarding/promoting-safer-church-safeguarding
We take seriously our responsibility to protect and safeguard the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults entrusted to our care and have a Safeguarding Officer and Safeguarding Policy that we work to.
PARISH SAFEGUARDING OFFICER:
Mrs. Jan Roberts, [email protected] 01481 257815
Revd Scott Lamb, [email protected] 01481 256793
Mr Paul Fairclough, [email protected] 01481 256072
Canterbury Diocesan Safeguarding Advisers
In ensuring high standards of practice in safeguarding, we are supported by the Diocese of Canterbury’s safeguarding team, who work closely with the Guernsey Police and specialist staff of the States of Guernsey Committee for Health and Social Care.
The Safeguarding Advisers are qualified and experienced social care practitioners who can provide advice and guidance to parishes and others in the diocese on child and adult protection. They can offer advice, discuss any protection matters and clarify anything in the Deanery Guidelines. They are always ready to work with you to plan a detailed response to any protection issue, taking into account all aspects of your particular situation. Please do not hesitate to contact them; they are always very ready to help.
Fiona Coombs: 07548 232395 – [email protected]
Paul Brightwell: 01732 384734 – [email protected]
More information about the Church of England’s commitment to safeguarding can be found at
For information about the Guernsey Police Public Protection Unit, click http://www.guernsey.police.uk/PPU
If you are concerned about a child in Guernsey or Alderney, contact the Islands Safeguarding Children Partnership http://icpc.gg/
The Parish's Safeguarding Statement can be viewed by clicking on the 'download' button.