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Safeguarding is everybody's responsibility

Don't do nothing

We all share the responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. Bromford are committed to ensuring all of our colleagues act appropriately and work in partnership with customers and other organisations to ensure the safety of all.

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Who to contact

Click on the headings below to find out how to report a safeguarding concern to us: 

  • If you have a concern, please talk to one of the following authorities:

    • Contact your Local Authority – you can search your local authority website by typing in the word ‘safeguarding’ in to their search engine. This will highlight their role and responsibilities.
    • Call the Police – 101 if it’s not an emergency
    • You can also call the NSPCC with any concerns about a child (under 18) on 0808 800 5000
    • If you need help to report a concern, talk to someone you trust. 
  • Our rigorous recruitment procedure includes vetting candidates who work closely with our customers and undertaking DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checks.

    We take safeguarding very seriously and should an allegation about a colleague be made, this will be investigated thoroughly by our Director of People Experience and the appropriate action will be taken.

    If you have a safeguarding concern that involves a Bromford colleague, you can report this by completing the form below. The details of your report will be kept confidential.

    We aim to respond to reports within 24 hours during weekdays.


    Complete the fields below:

    We will keep the details of your report confidential.
    Please explain in as much detail as possible your safeguarding concerns.
    Please write your answer in words, e.g. Three

    We will never share your details as guided by the Data Protection Act.