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Safeguarding Adults and Children

We all have a duty to safeguard each other.

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Sue Lambert Trust believes that everyone should be able to live free from any form of abuse, neglect, or exploitation. The safety of everyone involved with Sue Lambert Trust is of paramount consideration when delivering our services and safety is central to our ethos.

Sue Lambert Trust works tirelessly to prevent abuse and will not condone the silence that surrounds any form of abuse. We will work continuously against the abuse of anyone and continue to support those who have experienced sexual abuse.

We take all safeguarding concerns raised seriously and encourage anyone to come forward it they feel uncomfortable about something they have seen or heard.  You can do this by speaking to a member of Sue Lambert Trust staff or if you wish to discuss your concern you can also contact one of our Designated Safeguarding Officers by contacting the office on 01603 622406 or directly.  Their direct contact details can be found below in the Safeguarding Procedures document.


Our policies and procedures can be found here:

Safeguarding Adults at Risk Policy

Safeguarding Children Policy

Safeguarding Procedures and Guidelines


If an adult or a child is in immediate risk of danger then please contact the police on 999.

Further information about raising safeguarding concerns can be found using the following websites:

For concerns regarding children and young people under the age of 18 – Norfolk Safeguarding Children Partnership (norfolklscp.org.uk)

For adults – Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board (NSAB)

It is all of our duty to safeguard each other.