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Safeguarding at Saint Clement’s Church

We are committed to ensuring that Saint Clement’s Church, Leigh-on-Sea is a safe place for all.

The Parochial Church Council of Saint Clement's, Leigh-on-Sea has adopted the House of Bishops' Promoting a Safer Church Safeguarding Policy Statement.

Our Parish Safeguarding Representative is Jill Healey. She can be contacted at church or by e-mail jill.healey@me.com

Saint Clement’s Church is part of the Diocese of Chelmsford.  For further information about Safeguarding in the Diocese of Chelmsford click here

For information about the Diocesan Safeguarding Team and Safeguarding contacts in the Diocese of Chelmsford click here. This page includes contact details for Safeguarding organisations and charities.

If you believe that somebody is in immediate risk of danger or harm you should call 999 and ask for the police.


Local help can also be found as follows:

Regarding Children:
Phone: 01702 215007 for assistance 9am to 5pm, from the Children’s Social Care Team.
Phone: 0345 606 1212 for assistance out of hours, from the Essex County Council Safeguarding for Children and Adults emergency duty service.
Email: mash@southend.gov.uk 

The Local Safeguarding Children Board for the Borough of Southend-on-Sea can be contacted via https://www.safeguardingsouthend.co.uk/children/
Phone: 01702 534706
Email: LSCB@southend.gov.uk

Regarding Vulnerable Adults:
Phone: 01702 215008 for help 9am - 5pm from the Adult Social Care Service Access Team.
Phone: 0345 606 1212 for help out of hours, from the Essex County Council Safeguarding for Children and Adults Emergency Duty Service.
Email: accessteam@southend.gov.uk 

The Local Safeguarding Adults Board for the Borough of Southend-on-Sea can be contacted via https://www.safeguardingsouthend.co.uk/adults/ 
Phone: 01702 534340
Email: SAB@southend.gov.uk

Are you sleeping rough?  Please click here for information about what help and advice is available in Southend-on-Sea.

If you believe that somebody is in immediate risk of danger or harm you should call 999 and ask for the police.