Stockport County Community Trust:
The Board of Trustees at County Community Trust and all Staff acknowledges and accepts it has a statutory obligation and responsibility for the wellbeing and safety of all Children and Young People who participate in the Trust’s activities and programmes.
The Trust Safeguarding Children Policy applies to senior managers and all staff, paid or volunteers, sessional workers, students, or anyone working on behalf of Stockpot County Community Trust and will be given to all adults working with children and young people. The well-being of children and young people is paramount, and all staff must make themselves aware of the Trust’s Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy.
All of our safeguarding policies can be found here.
County Community Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
The Club has systems in place to ensure that the welfare of vulnerable groups is dealt with appropriately and sensitively.
Everyone working at the Club has a duty of care to safeguard the welfare of children and young people by creating an environment that protects them from harm. Our standards of practice ensure all staff are fully aware of their responsibility. We confirm that all staff that have a direct responsibility for children, young people or vulnerable adults (vulnerable groups) have been subject to the most stringent of recruitment practices which include Enhanced DBS and reference checks.
Designated Safeguarding Officer for Stockport County Community Trust:
If you have concerns about the safety or wellbeing of a child or vulnerable adult at Stockport County Community Trust, you can contact us via telephone or email. Our DSO will review the information you have provided within 48 hours and decide what action needs to be taken.
We have a duty to share information that you give us with other agencies if we think that a child or vulnerable adult could be at risk of harm. Alternatively, concerns can be reported to the following organisations:
- Direct to the local Police or Children’s Social Care services.
- The Child Protection in Sport Unit at: [email protected]
- The NSPCC Helpline on 0808 800 5000 or email: [email protected]
What We Need From You:
Please say as much as you can about the situation – it will help us take the right action. Tell us the facts that you know, as well as any concerns you have about the individual.
Can I Remain Anonymous?
You can contact us anonymously if you do not want to tell us who you are. However, it’s really helpful to have your name and contact details, as we may need to contact you for more information in order to protect the child or vulnerable adult that you are concerned about.
You can access our full CCT Safeguarding policy and CCT Procedures by clicking on the links below.
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