Safeguarding is a key priority in the life of the Church and the Chapter of Truro Cathedral remains committed to ensuring it provides a safe and caring environment that protects against all forms of abuse for all who encounter the cathedral, including children and adults who may be at risk.
To find out more or for full contact details of the Safeguarding Officers of both Truro Cathedral and Truro Diocese, please view or download the cathedral’s full Safeguarding Policy via the link below:
Please note: If there is an immediate risk of harm to an individual you should dial 999 and report your concern to the police.
2019 SAFEGUARDING AUDIT
In June 2019, Truro Cathedral participated in an independent audit, commissioned by the Church of England, to look at cathedral arrangements for keeping people safe from harm and abuse. Every cathedral in England will engage in this audit process because bringing in fresh eyes and safeguarding expertise will proactively enable learning and improvement in how cathedrals individually and collectively keep people safe.
In August 2019, Truro Cathedral received the final audit report from the Social Care Institute for Excellence. The report recognises the many areas of strength Truro Cathedral has with regards to safeguarding and offers insight into how the cathedral can further build on these areas. The report can be downloaded here. The cathedral’s Safeguarding Committee will be meeting in early September to carry out an in-depth review of the recommendations included in the report with a view to