Here is a list of various information, documents and other resources related to Safeguarding in a Faith setting.
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Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
Any individual wishing to apply for DBS must be an employee of an organisation.
Please visit the Disclosure & Barring Service website www.gov.uk/dbs for additional information and support
Management Investigations Guide
The Management Investigations Guide is designed to assist managers when carrying out an investigation into suspected misconduct or gross misconduct.
Bradford Council Lone Working Policy
Legal Requirements for CCTV in Faith Settings
First Aid Training (West Yorkshire Ambulance Service)
Click here for information on the service’s website
Missing Children from Education
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Bullying in Education
Click here to visit the Government website for more information PDF.
Travel Permission and RS Letter
Bradford Road Safety Team (01274 437409) in partnership with Bradford Safeguarding Children Board are encouraging all parents to supervise children to and from Schools, Faith settings and other activities at all times – visit the website.
The Public Forum for Education
The Public Forum for Education can be found on the Council’s website – click here
FIRST RESPONSE is a service that supports people experiencing a mental health crisis and can provide free advise, support including training at your place of worship. for further information please call 01274 221181
What is Child Sexual Exploitation?
The ‘What is Child Sexual Exploitation?’ contains contact details for help and support on CSE.
Female Genital Mutilation
It is a legal requirement to report cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) to the police.
For information and reporting of Hate Crime please contact:
Hate Crime Project Co-ordinator
Neighbourhood and Customer Service Department of Environment & Sport
4th Floor, Sir Henry Mitchell House,
4 Manchester Road, Bradford, BD5 0QL
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
T 01274 437399
M 07582 100303
West Yorkshire Fire Brigade Fire message Arson Risk reductions and employee Legal Obligations – website.
Your employer has a responsibility to safeguard their employees and other people entering their premises, it is your responsibility to abide by your employer’s policies and procedures in relation to fire precautions. If you see a potential hazard:
- Keep records of all reports made; date, time and by whom
- The Fire Authority Officer has the legal right to inspect your workplace at any reasonable time
- The Fire Officer has the power to instigate a prosecution
- Each offence found carries substantial penalties of up to £20,000 and in some cases PRISON SENTENCES or both
- If you are successfully prosecuted you will end up with a criminal record
- All fire extinguishers should be accessible and have clear instruction
Click here for information PowerPoint.
Bradford Local Offer
The Local Offer is a new way of giving children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their parents or carers information about what activities and support is available in the area where you live.