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Safeguarding

The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust is committed to ensuring that we meet all statutory obligations in protecting and safeguarding vulnerable members of the population that we come into contact with. Irrespective of age people have a right not to be abused, or to be placed in a position where they are suffering through neglect.

Health and social care agencies have a responsibility to report any incident where there are grounds to suggest that a vulnerable child, young person or adult is at risk of suffering abuse or where there are concerns about a person’s circumstances. This is in accordance with Department of Health guidance, together with other relevant policy and practice guidance.

View our declaration of compliance here

EEAST documents

This section includes all East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust documents, policies, notices etc relating to safeguarding. Click here to view this section.

Reference documents

This section contains documents released by the Department of Health and other agencies related to safeguarding. Click here to view this section.

Information leaflet: Safeguarding adults

This leaflet provides information for patients and members of the public on how to recognise abuse and what actions to take if abuse is suspected.  Download the safeguarding adults leaflet.

Information leaflet: Safeguarding children and young people

This leaflet provides information for patients and members of the public on how to recognise abuse and what actions to take if abuse is suspected. Download the safeguarding children and young people leaflet.

 

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Whiting Way
Melbourn
Cambridgeshire
SG8 6EN
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