If you are a new nominated person or have carried out the role previously, the diocesan team is here to help build confidence, knowledge and skill, so please don’t hestitate to be in touch with us.
We have put together some of the resources on this page which will help you in your role as a nominated person.
The most important thing to say is that we are here to help you, so if youhave any concerns or questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
Role description for nominated people – use this template role description for those interested in developing the nominated person role within the PCC.
Diocese Safeguarding pocket guide May 2015 – the hand out distributed at our training events.
Guidance for Nominated People – a quick look guide for nominated people
Records Management – a template record management for volunteer and employment posts
Article on Ministry of Welcome – Lindsay Llewellyn-Macduff a prison chaplin writes about how to safely welcome offenders into the church
Safeguarding checklist for 2016/2017 – a new tool to help develop your safeguarding plans.
Letter sent in April 2016 regarding the new Safeguarding checklist for 2016/2017.
Fact sheet for holiday clubs – advice and guidance for setting up holiday clubs.
Managing risk – working with offenders in our churches.
CCPAS Resources – setting standards in safeguarding
We often use these resources in our training sessions. If you think they could be useful to you, please see the links below.
Help Safeguarding co-ordinator
Circles South West helps the Police and Probation to make your community safer by holding to account offenders convicted of sexual offences. Circles of four or five volunteers work with an offender in a ‘Circle of Support and Accountability’, meeting them on a regular basis to monitor their behaviour and support their reintegration into the community. They are recruiting volunteers.
We hold regular events to support you and develop networks of nominated people across the diocese. Next event for nominated people to be confirmed. Contact Becca Faal for more details.