Safeguarding Resources and Guidance
Below are links to useful resources and guidance that you are freely able to use in your organisation to support your safeguarding practices. If you would like further support, please contact Tim Marrion at Tim.email@example.com
- Child Protection in Sport Unit
- Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Safeguarding Partnership
- Devon and Cornwall Police – for professionals working with children
- Ann Craft Trust
- The Safeguarding Alliance
- Sport England
Key Guidance Documents
- Active Cornwall Safeguarding Policy
- Standards for Safeguarding Children in Sport
- Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018
- Government Guidance: Safeguarding Children
- Sport England Code of Sport Governance
- DBS Checking Service Guidance
- Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Guides: MARU, Child Sexual Abuse Referral Process and Safeguarding Induction
- Safeguarding children with disabilities
These campaigns provide links to official websites with a variety of useful resources. You can freely use the resources within your organisation to raise awareness of difficult subject matter with your workforce, children or adults to help safeguard all. We’ve loosely categorised them under some of the main forms of abuse encountered by children and young people and overarching signs and subjects.
A campaign to help parents understand how they can help keep their children safe in sport.
Run by the Ann Craft Trust, this campaign aims to enable more organisations and individuals to feel confident in recognising signs of abuse and neglect and recording and reporting safeguarding concerns with regards to adults.
An annual educational campaign to help parents and carers understand the risks to children’s safety, run by the Children’s Accident Prevention Trust.
A campaign formed in Manchester that aims to raise awareness of child exploitation, as well as help people to recognise signs, encourage reporting and provide support to victims.
Talk PANTS helps children understand that their body belongs to them, and they should tell someone they trust if anything makes them feel upset or worried.
The campaign provides open-source tools and resources for individuals and organisations to take action and get involved in making a difference to end domestic violence and sexual abuse.
From cyberbullying to social networking to digital identity, each year Safer Internet Day aims to raise awareness of emerging online issues and current concerns.
An annual campaign run by the Anti-bullying Alliance to raise awareness and help stop bullying.