Staying Safe

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Club Welfare Officer: Katie Kerr-Brown

I’m the Club Welfare Officer (CWO) at DTARC. My role is to support the club, and everyone affiliated with it, to create safe, inclusive environments and respond to concerns and disclosures.

Whilst my role as CWO is a safeguarding focal point, it is the responsibility of the committee, all members, and visitors, to uphold our safeguarding policies and procedures in order to safeguard children and adults at risk.

If you have concerns regarding something or someone at the Club, then please get in touch:

Club Hours:

Katie Kerr-Brown
Club Welfare Officer
07739 080285

British Rowing:

Email: (Safeguarding)

If the above are unavailable and you have a concern that cannot wait or you need advice immediately then consider the following options:

Police 999 if a person is potentially at risk of serious harm then call the police immediately.

Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub on 0345 155 1071 or via email

NSPCC Calls to 0808 800 5000 are free from landlines and most mobiles.

LADO (Local Authority Designated officer) advice/information on concerns regarding adults working with children.                                                                 ‎   During office hours 01392 384964

For young people to contact themselves:

Childline 0800 1111

Samaritans  08457 90 90 90  – there 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.