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Meet the Team

To report an emergency safeguarding concern out of hours please telephone the police on 999 if there is an immediate risk of harm, or 101 if there is not an immediate risk and follow up with Jackie Broadfoot on the next working day.

For all other enquiries and concerns, the Safeguarding Team is here for you Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm. 

Please email: safeguarding@cofeguildford.org.uk or you can contact one of the team individually – see below. 

Jackie Broadfoot is available for advice relating to:

  • Any church member informing a vicar or rector that they/someone else has a history of offending
  • Any invitations to attend MAPPA meetings or place a released offender in church
  • Concerns about the behaviour or conduct of someone in a church
If you have a complaint
Complaints or matters relating to safeguarding in a parish will be referred directly to the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor.

Complaints relating to the Diocesan Safeguarding Team will be dealt with under the Managing Complaints Policy.

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Jane Huttly

Head of Safeguarding 

Monday to Friday


Leads the development and delivery of training, policy and good practice guidance for children and adult safeguarding.

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Jackie Broadfoot

Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor

Monday to Thursday


First point contact for safeguarding concerns during normal working hours, Monday to Thursday.

Contact Jackie

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Marzena Mazurkiewicz

DBS and Safeguarding Co-ordinator

Monday to Friday


Manages DBS applications and for co-ordinating safeguarding training provision.

Contact Marzena

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Natasha McMillan

Safeguarding Caseworker

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday


Supports the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor in handling safeguarding cases. Is the first point of contact on Fridays.

Contact Natasha

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Colin Matthews

Independent Chair of the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisory Panel


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