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Safeguarding

We want your to feel safe when attending our programmes and activities.  If you have a safeguarding concern while attending any of our activities, speak with your activity leader or youth worker.  If you are unable to or have a general concern relating to Joined Up Thinking, contact our Designated Safeguarding Lead, Mottie Omideyi at 0333 9398623 or send an email.  

All concerns will be treated confidentially.

Joined Up Thinking JUT CIC seeks to serve the needs of children and young people, by promoting a sense of wholeness of life.  It is therefore our responsibility to not expose children and young people to the risk of discrimination, neglect, harm and abuse; and that any concerns Joined Up Thinking has about the safety of vulnerable people within the communities in which Joined Up Thinking works, are dealt with and reported to the appropriate authorities.  Our reporting procedure  can be found in our Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy. 

 

Joined Up Thinking takes seriously its responsibility to protect its employees and volunteers when they are vulnerable, for example, when ill or at risk of harm or abuse.

Our organisation acknowledges the duty of care to safeguard, protect and promote the welfare of children and is committed to ensuring our safeguarding practices reflects statutory responsibilities and government guidance. Safeguarding and child protection is everyone’s responsibility.

 

We take seriously the welfare of all children and young people who access our services and activities with a view of preventing physical, sexual, emotional injury or neglect to children and young people.  To this end we recognise that it is our responsibility to implement, maintain and regularly review our child protection /safeguarding procedures.  

Our Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy can be requested by contacting us at info@joinedupthinkinguk.com.

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