Policies and Guidelines  
Child Protection
  In the parish’s ministry with children and young people in St John's Malone, the Incumbent, select vestry and parish workers are committed to uphold good practice as defined by the Church of Ireland in "Safeguarding Trust" a current copy of which is available at the link below.
Should anyone have a concern or suspicion regarding child welfare in the parish please contact a member of the parish panel, whose contact details are given on notices in our Church Halls, or any of the statutory agencies:
• The local Health Trust Child Protection/Gateway Team
  Safeguarding Trust and ancillary policies

Photographs or video
St John’s Malone recognises the need to ensure the welfare and safety of all young people.
In accordance with our child protection policy we will not permit photographs, video or other images of young people to be taken by our parish organisations without the consent of the parents/carers and the children themselves. St John’s Malone will follow the “best practice” guidance issued by the Church of Ireland for the use of photographs, including use in our parish magazine and on our parish website, which can be found in Section 9.3.16 of the Safeguarding Trust documentSt John’s Malone will take all steps to ensure these images are used solely for the purposes they are intended. If you become aware that these images are being used inappropriately, you should inform a “Safeguarding Trust” Parish Panel member immediately (Contact details on notices in our parish halls).

Data Privacy

The Parish of Malone complies with its obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) by keeping personal data up to date; by storing and destroying it securely; by not collecting or retaining excessive amounts of data; by protecting personal data from loss, misuse, unauthorised access and disclosure and by ensuring that appropriate technical measures are in place to protect personal data.

Further information in our Data Privacy Notice.