Safeguarding

Cruse Bereavement Care is committed to safeguarding all of our clients, particularly the most vulnerable, by ensuring:

  • all volunteers and staff engaging with bereaved people undergo an enhanced DBS check
  • all volunteers and staff engaging with bereaved people agree to abide by our policies and procedures 
  • all volunteers and staff engaging with bereaved people know how to report concerns promptly and to whom
  • supporting volunteers and staff who are reporting concerns.

Cruse Bereavement Care takes safeguarding seriously. If you have a concern to report, please do not hesitate to contact our Designated Lead for Safeguarding using the contact details below. 

Designated Lead for Safeguarding

Nicola Dias

Tel: 07950 531 744     
Out of hours: 07534 928 693
Contact email: safeguarding@cruse.org.uk

Policy and procedure for safeguarding children and young people

Policy for safeguarding vulnerable adults
 

For professionals

Cruse supports those working with bereaved people through providing information, offering training and publishing the international Bereavement Care Journal.

Our projects

Cruse runs a number of specialist projects, including those supporting people bereaved by suicide, through drugs and alcohol, and in the military family.