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Karen Payne

safeguarding officer

Phone:

0208 656 3457

Email:

A safe Church

We at StMMM are fully committed to keeping children and vulnerable adults safe. 

If you have a safeguarding concern or query, please contact Karen Payne, our Parish Safeguarding Officer by email at safeguarding@stmmm.org.uk, in confidence,  or call the office on 0208 656 3457, so your call can be forwarded.

 

Alternatively, you may also contact, in confidence, our Vicar Rev Amanda Johnson by email on amanda@stmmmm.org.uk

our policies

Disciplinary Policy

Complaints & Grievances

Safeguarding Children

Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults

Domestic Abuse

The parish's aim is to encourage improvement in individual conduct of paid employees and office holders working on behalf of the parish. This procedure sets out the action which will be taken when disciplinary rules are breached. .. Check the policy

The aim always, when responding to complaints and grievances, is to enable them to be resolved informally, speedily and fairly by discussion, problem solving, mediation and negotiation. Problems should therefore be brought direct to the person(s) deemed responsible for the area of dissatisfaction or disquiet, and will hopefully be resolved in this way... Check the Policy

We are committed to promoting and supporting environments that are youth-friendly and child-friendly and nurture their positive development  enabling children and young people to be active contributors to the church community  protect children and young people from actual or potential harm  enabling and encouraging concerns to be raised and responded to openly and consistently... Check the Policy

We are committed to promoting and supporting environments which:  ensure that all people feel welcomed, respected and safe from abuse  encourage adults who may be vulnerable to lead as independent a life as possible, to choose how to lead their life, and to be active contributors to the church community  protect adults who may be vulnerable from actual or potential harm  enable and encourage concerns to be raised and responded to openly and consistently... Check the Policy

We are committed to promoting and supporting environments that:  ensure that all people feel welcomed, respected, and safe from abuse  protect those vulnerable to domestic abuse from actual or potential harm  recognize equality amongst people, and within relationships  enable and encourage concerns to be raised and responded to openly and consistently.... Check the Policy