Tools & Resources

Safeguarding

Help for your organisation to keep people safe.

Keeping children safe in the voluntary and community sector

A range of resources produced by the NSPCC for voluntary and community groups. Whether you’re just starting out or you’re reviewing existing processes, these resources can help.

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Safeguarding Adults Through the Coronavirus Pandemic

This document is aimed at volunteers during the Coronavirus emergency performing the roles such as delivering shopping, prescriptions and telephone befrienders. It is not intended as a substitution for full training for carers, personal assistants and others working with vulnerable adults on a daily basis.

This document may only be used in terms of awareness whilst we are in the Covid-19 emergency and should not be used once this is over as 3VA and the East Sussex Training team offer comprehensive safeguarding training for all staff and volunteers who support East Sussex County Council residents.

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Safeguarding for voluntary & community organisations

Keeping people safe is important. All organisations need to do safeguarding well. Everyone needs to be involved. This resource from NCVO will help you make plans and carry them out.

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East Sussex Safeguarding Adults Board

The East Sussex Safeguarding Adults Board ensures that local safeguarding arrangements are effective and takes account of the views of the local community.

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East Sussex Safeguarding Children Partnership

The East Sussex Safeguarding Children Partnership acts as a forum for safeguarding partners and supports and enables all professionals working with children and families in East Sussex to work together.

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Safeguarding and protecting people for charities and trustees

Guidance from the Charity Commission on what to do to protect people who come into contact with your charity through its work from abuse or mistreatment of any kind.

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