The Faith Movement is committed to protecting and safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults by setting standards for good practice in working with children, young people and vulnerable adults, ensuring that Adult Leaders who work with children, young people and vulnerable adults are suitable people who are safely recruited, trained and supported in their work and establishing clear procedures for dealing with any concerns about possible abuse or harm to anyone involved in any way with the Faith Movement.

The Trustees of the Faith Movement have appointed a Safeguarding Officer and Safeguarding Committee to manage and oversee safeguarding at all Faith Movement events and to advise the Trustees on safeguarding policy and protocols.

If you wish to discuss any safeguarding issues or concerns or sources of support, please contact the Safeguarding Officer by email at [email protected]


Safeguarding Policies and Protocols

Safeguarding Policy

Faith Movement Protocol for Blemished PVG DBS

Faith Movement Protocol for the Appointment of Adult Leaders

Faith Movement Group Leader Policy