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NAME OF CLUB
THE ROLE OF THE CLUB CHILD PROTECTION / VULNERABLE ADULT OFFICER
The appointed Safeguarding Officer will have had an Enhanced Criminal Record Bureau Disclosure carried out
The appointed Safeguarding Officer will act as the named person with responsibility for liaising with the appropriate services if a case of abuse is suspected
Receive regular updated training and information through the Sussex County Bowling Association
Be known as the person with responsibility for child and vulnerable adult protection to all members of the club
Undertake to obtain Voluntary Disclosure Declarations from members who may wish to assist in a club activity involving young people or vulnerable adults
Ensure all members are aware of the club’s procedures
Have an awareness of child and vulnerable adult protection issues
Understand what to do if they suspect a young person or vulnerable adult member to be at risk
Keep detailed and secure records of any young person known to be on the ‘At Risk’ register or about whom concerns may have been made.
To notify the SCBA County Safeguarding Officer of the names and numbers of young people of 18 years or less on an annual basis
To complete the Sussex County Bowling Association’s Annual Risk Assessment Review and return to the County Safeguarding Officer in a timely manner
Be supported by the Club’s management committee to ensure the safety and welfare of young people and vulnerable adults.