Guidance to all UCL staff and students on the expected standards of behaviour when working with children, young people and adults at risk.
Safeguarding policies exist for different activities at UCL. Below are the main policies and guidance documents available to UCL staff.
Who should read these policies
- All staff
- All students
Safeguarding Children and Adults at Risk Policy and Procedure. Policy on the standards of behaviour when working with vulnerable groups.
International Safeguarding Policy and Procedure. This Policy applies to the safeguarding of staff, students and research participants overseas.
Other UCL Safeguarding policies
Widening participation child protection and safeguarding policy. Policy for staff and students working on UCL Access and Widening Participation activities.
UCL Day Nursery safeguarding children policy. Policy for staff working in the UCL Day Nursery.
Prevent duty. The Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 (CTSA) creates a statutory duty for UCL to 'have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism'.
DBS checks and criminal convictions policy. Policy outlining DBS checks and recruitment of staff/volunteers with criminal convictions, as well as those who are barred from working with vulnerable groups.
UCL network of student safeguarding contacts
List of trained staff. This is a list of staff who are trained to deal with student safeguarding issues.
Last updated: Friday, July 23, 2021