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Safeguarding

Queens Park Rangers Football Club (QPR) is committed to safeguarding the welfare of Adults at Risk and Children. The Club expects all staff, players, volunteers, contractors and guests to share this commitment. 
 
The Club believe that all staff, players, volunteers, contractors and guests have a responsibility to report any concerns to the Club should they be concerned about the welfare of any Adult at Risk or Child.   
 
 
The Club is committed to ensuring that: 
 
1. The safety and welfare of Adults at Risk and Children under the care of the club is paramount.
2. All Adults at Risk and Children that engage with the club, regardless of age, culture, social background, disability, gender, language, racial origin, religious belief and/or sexual identity have the right to safety and protection from abuse or harm. 
3. All suspicions, reports and/or allegations of abuse will be taken seriously & investigated thoroughly which may involve the appropriate local authority teams where necessary.
 

Safeguarding Policy

If you have become aware of a safeguarding issue with regards to a young person or vulnerable adult please do not hesitate to contact our designated safeguarding team at:

QPR FC Safeguarding:

Janet Barr
E-mail: janet.barr@qpr.co.uk
Phone: 0208 7402572

 

QPR in the Community Trust contacts:

Martino Chevannes
Designated Safeguarding Officer
E-mail: martinoc@qpr.co.uk
Phone: 0208 7402565

 

Jack Kelley

Designated Safeguarding Officer
E-mail: Jack.kelley@qpr.co.uk
Phone: 0208 7402561

 

Pablo Blackwood

Designated Vulnerable Adults Officer

Email: pablo.blackwood@qpr.co.uk

Phone: 0208 7402508

 

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