Billericay & Little Burstead Team Ministry

click the 'back button' on your browser to return

The Billericay and Little Burstead Team Ministry

SAFEGUARDING POLICY

PROMOTING A SAFER CHURCH

The following policy was agreed at the Parochial Church Council (PCC) meeting held on 18 February 2019.



We are committed to ensuring that Billericay & Little Burstead Team Ministry is a safe place for all.


The Parochial Church Council of Billericay & Little Burstead has adopted the House of Bishops' Promoting a Safer Church Safeguarding Policy Statement



Our Parish Safeguarding Representatives are:-


Christ Church, Perry Street:

Jonathan Hinton - Safeguarding Administrator

Tel: 01277 630144

email office@christchurch-billericay.co.uk


Emmanuel Church & St Mary Magdalen Church:

Penny Van Cleef and Rachel O'Hara - Safeguarding Administrators

Tel: 01277 632120

email emmanueloffice@billericaychurches.org


St. John the Divine, Outwood Common:

Amanda Furneaux and Julie Todman - Safeguarding Administrators

Tel: 01277 630866

email st.johns@billericaychurches.org


St. Mary the Virgin, Little Burstead:

Maureen Bowles - Safeguarding Administrator

Tel: 01277 657615

email maureen.bowles@billericaychurches.org


Billericay & Little Burstead Team Ministry is part of the Diocese of Chelmsford. For further information about Safeguarding in the Diocese of Chelmsford click here.


For information about the Diocesan Safeguarding Team and Safeguarding contacts in the Diocese of Chelmsford click here.



The Local Safeguarding Children Board for Essex can be contacted:

Tel: 0345 603 7627 (Children & Families Hub)

Tel: 0345 606 1212 (Urgent and 24-hour contact)

email escb@essex.gov.uk

email emergency.dutyteamoutofhours@essex.gov.uk


The Local Safeguarding Adults Board for Essex can be contacted:

Tel: 0345 603 7630 (Children & Families Hub)

Tel: 0345 606 1212 (Urgent and 24-hour contact)

email Socialcaredirect@essex.gov.uk

email ESAB@essex.gov.uk



IF YOU BELIEVE THAT SOMEBODY IS IN IMMEDIATE RISK OF DANGER OR HARM

YOU SHOULD PHONE 999 AND ASK FOR THE POLICE.




Download printable version of this page