Working on the Inland Waterways, Canal Ministries regards Child Protection and good working practice as a priority. In the interests of the safety and well being of all children and young people, it has developed and operates a formal child protection policy, which is registered with the Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service. Our CCPAS membership number is 3890.
Canal Ministries is committed to ensuring that everyone working with children or young people:
As part of Canal Ministries commitment to children and young people it has appointed Carole Brennand as Child Protection Co-ordinator and Jean Greenslade as Deputy Child Protection Co-ordinator. Should Canal Ministries have any child protection concerns it will seek the advice of the Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service and if, appropriate, contact the statutory authorities.
If you have any concerns for a child or in relation to any child protection matter then please speak to one of the Child Protection Co-ordinators.
Further details about child protection policies, training in child protection, the Criminal Records Bureau and the quality assurance review can be obtained from:
The Churches Child Protection Advisory Service
PO Box 133
© 2003 Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service
© CCPAS – Guidance to Churches – England – February 2005