Safeguarding

By 19th September 2017 No Comments

RIO is committed to our duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and to prevent radicalisation throughout the delivery of our work.

RIO considers that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. In particular RIO will ensure that all staff in contact with children, young people or vulnerable adults or who have access to sensitive information about children, young people or vulnerable adults, know what to do and how best to share information in order to ensure that children, young people, vulnerable adults and their families or carers receive necessary services – especially when they are concerned that a child, young person or vulnerable adult may be suffering or at risk of suffering harm – and that all staff have access to support and appropriately expert advice in this context.

RIO subscribes to the South West Safeguarding and Child Protection Procedures, www.swcpp.org.uk and range of supplementary instructions issued from time to time on the basis of multi-agency agreements to policy, procedures and guidance.

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