Glanmire Parish, County Cork, Ireland - part of the Catholic Diocese of Cork and Ross.

Safeguarding Children Policy of Glanmire Parish

May 30, 2009

Safeguarding Children Policy Glanmire Parish

We, in the Parish of Glanmire, value and encourage the participation of children and young people in Parish liturgies and activities that enhance their spiritual, physical, emotional and social development. We recognise the dignity and rights of children and are committed to their protection and support. All relevant procedures are currently being put in place to create a safe environment for children and young people to enable their full participation in the life of the Church. Parish representatives are overseeing the implementation of these procedures with group leaders who work with children and young people in Church related activities.

Please see the Cork & Ross Diocesan Child Safeguarding Policy Statement, which is followed by Glanmire Parish.

The Parish representatives are:

Ben Coy, Ursula Guiney, Kieran Kelleher, Chris Mulcahy

These representatives may be contacted through the Parish Office contacts.

Cork & Ross Diocesan Child Safeguarding Policy Statement

Statutory Bodies:

If you, or anyone you know, has a child protection concern or, wish to report an allegation directly to the statutory authorities, please contact the Gardai , the local Health or Social Services and ask to speak to the Duty Social Worker:

Health Services Executive – South, Community Care, Abbeycourt House, Georges Quay, Cork. Tel. 021 4965511 (North Lee) & 021 4923814 (South Lee)

An Garda Siochana, Angelsea St., Cork. Tel. 021 4522000

If you, or anyone you know, has a child protection concern, or wishes to report an allegation of child abuse in relation to any member of Church personnel directly to Church authorities, please contact the diocesan delegated person listed here:

Revd Canon Liam O’Driscoll, Diocesan Director of Child Protection, Cork and Ross Offices, Redemption Road, Cork. Tel. 021 4301717.

 

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