Ensuring that the people in our care are safe is the responsibility of everyone
All children, young people and adults who come into contact with Keeping Children Safe, wherever they are, whatever they are doing, have the right to protection from harm, abuse or violations of their human rights.
All members of the public, as well as professionals, have a responsibility for the protection of others and a duty to report concerns about their safety or welfare.
All of Keeping Children Safe’s staff and associates:
- Have undergone a strict vetting process before being offered employment
- Have undertaken regular safeguarding training
- Have read, signed and adhere to the KCS Safeguarding policy and Code of Conduct
- Know their role and responsibilities both within the team and to others
- Know how to report and record concerns and to care for the survivors of abuse
- Know to act upon concerns in line with the KCS Safeguarding policy and Code of Conduct
- Know that they must always act in the best interests of all people, including children and adults at risk, which is our paramount consideration in all circumstances.
To report a safeguarding concern to KCS
Call us: +44 20 7840 8325
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Write to: Keeping Children Safe, CAN Mezzanine, 49-51 East Road, London. N1 6AH UK
Keeping Children Safe will
- treat any safeguarding concern seriously
- will take any disclosures in accordance with the KCS reporting procedures
- investigate safeguarding concerns to the highest international standards
- act in a way that is sensitive and fair to the complainant, to witnesses and the subject of complaint, while always acting in the best interests of all people, including children and adults at risk, and the care and wellbeing of the survivor /victim.