|Name of Priest||Currently Residing In||Summary||Time Available for Supply||Currently Available||T.L.||VISA Available|
|The Reverend Benedict Mayindwe||Uganda||Previously supplied in Motherwell Diocese 2016. Assistant parish priest, Our Lady Queen of Angels, Bukalagi, Uganda||15 October 2018 to 15 December 2018|
The Safeguarding Team in the Archdiocese is based at the Gillis Centre, 100 Strathearn Road, Edinburgh, and comprises the Safeguarding Advisor, the Safeguarding Officer and the Safeguarding Administrator.
Emma Boothroyd is the Safeguarding Advisor for the Archdiocese.
Emma had worked in the Safeguarding team as the officer, prior to assuming the role as Safeguarding Advisor in May 2020. She has many years of experience as a Social Work Manager in a statutory setting.
Her role as Safeguarding Advisor is to receive and follow up any complaints, concerns, or allegations, to liaise with the statutory authorities, to communicate directly with the Archbishop and to refer matters of concern to the DRAMT (Diocesan Risk Assessment Management Team)
Emma can be contacted on Emma.Boothroyd@staned.org.uk or Tel: 0131 623 8949, Mobile: 07903619342.
Margaret McCluskey is the Safeguarding Administrators for the Archdiocese. Her role is to ensure the accurate processing and recording of all the volunteer applications and PVGs (the Protecting Vulnerable Groups form) maintain the database and liaise with PSCs regarding all volunteer enquiries.
Margaret McCluskey: Margaret.McCluskey@staned.org.uk or 0131 623 8943
In Parishes and across the Archdiocese there are:
Parish Safeguarding Co-ordinators: Volunteers based in parishes and alongside the parish priests. They ensure that volunteers within the church are suitably trained and checked in addition to communicating any concerns or complaints that may arise within a parish to the Safeguarding Advisor.
Deanery Trainers: There are five deaneries in the Archdiocese. Each deanery has a trainer who delivers essential safeguarding training to all the volunteers.
Parish Volunteers: There are around 2,500 volunteers doing regulated work (with children or vulnerable adults) in the Archdiocese, performing an essential service for the Church community.
All together, we provide the Archdiocesan Safeguarding Service, working together to protect our children and vulnerable adults.