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Safeguarding applies to more than just children, the elderly and vulnerable people. Though these specific groups are a priority when it comes to safeguarding policies, charities have a responsibility to ensure that they include all individuals who interact with them on a regular basis. 

While this paper isn't designed to offer technical content, it acts as a reminder to trustees and 'signposts' the way forward if you're a charitable organisation looking to develop your own safeguarding policy.

Topics covered:

  • Introduction
  • The rise and rise of safeguarding
  • Safeguarding is for all charities
  • Handling and reporting incidents and concerns
  • Conclusion
  • A 'signpost' to useful resources