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Safeguarding adults 'at risk'

As members of the Durham University community, we have a responsibility to safeguard the wellbeing of vulnerable adults, as well as children.

Please select the relevant sections below to familiarise yourself with the University’s guidance on how you can protect the welfare of adults at risk:

Key Definitions

Safeguarding key definitions
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Your Responsibility

Your responsibility in regards to adults at risk
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Safeguarding Adults Policy & Procedures

Safeguarding Adults Policy & Procedures
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Safeguarding Training

Click here for further information on safeguarding adults training
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