Child Protection Policy and Policy Statement

Child Protection Policy and Policy Statement

1.1 Introduction

Children, young people, and anyone who is particularly vulnerable are entitled to encounter a safe and enjoyable environment at social and educational organised events. Our company recognises its legal and moral duty to see to it that we provide these people with the best possible care when we are the security provider at such events.

We are dedicated to adopting and carrying out policies that mandate that all security personnel understand their strict obligation to protect children from abuse or other harm our personnel are required to follow our procedures adopted to protect children and to report any abuse of similar problems to the authorities.

At both indoor and outdoor functions and events, in the course of providing security services, we always strive to protect children, young people and others particularly vulnerable against abuse or harm. We endeavour to educate and train both employees and any volunteer security personnel to carry out this mission and be prepared to address specific child protection issues.

Each of our employees who perform security functions are fully licensed and trained by the Security Industry Authority, government initiated regulatory body for the security industry. The Children’s Act of 1989 defines a child/young person as anyone under the age of 18 (Children’s Act 1989).

1.2 Policy Statement

We believe that:

1.3 Monitoring and reviewing the policy and procedures

Child protection measures and procedures must be periodically reviewed and monitored. A regular report must be given to management concerning this by the Managing Director. The implementation of procedures should be regularly monitored and reviewed. The Managing Director should regularly report progress, challenges, difficulties, achievement gaps and areas where changes are required to the Jannet Security Services Ltd management team.

This policy must be subject to overall review at least every three years or whenever the law or this organisation undergoes a major change.

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