If a child or adult is in immediate danger or requires medical attention, call the police and/or social services immediately on 999.
Safeguarding is the care and protection given to the vulnerable: this includes children, young people, the elderly and anyone who is vulnerable due to their circumstances or the role they may have when dealing with other people or children.
Our churches aim to provide a place where all people feel welcomed, respected and safe from abuse. We are all working towards creating a safe and non-discriminatory environment by being aware of some of the particular situations that create vulnerability. Everyone in our churches has a responsibility with regard to safeguarding and the protection of children and vulnerable adults
If you need to make contact with the person with safeguarding responsibilities in any of the churches of our benefice, please use the CONTACT US form on this website, and your enquiry will be dealt with speedily and your enquiry will be passed to the relevant person with complete confidentiality. You may also find your local safeguarding officer by clicking on the above heading SAFEGUARDING IN THE BENEFICE and using the drop-down menu.
If you cannot reach your local safeguarding officer, please contact:
The Interim Benefice Administrator: Guy Sheppard
or otherwise the Diocesan Safeguarding Team – and, in the first instance email: email@example.com
Those in the team are:
Anthea Carter-Savigear, Diocesan Director of People and Safeguarding
01392 294947 / Anthea.Carter-Savigear@exeter.anglican.org
Costa Nassaris, Interim Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser
01392 294969 & 07809 339501 / firstname.lastname@example.org
James May, Assistant Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser
01392 345910 & 07889 542646/ email@example.com
Rebecca Lane, Interim Assistant Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser
01392 294975 & 07543 154774 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Ruth Putnam, Safeguarding Administrator and DBS Coordinator
01392 294929 / email@example.com
For any other (non-urgent) safgeguarding enquiries: DBS@exeter.anglican.org