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Our Trustees

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Andy Wyatt  Is a former HM Ofsted Inspector and assistant Head of Service for Childrens Services in a local authority. Andy’s career was in Social Work working various teams for children and young people and  has also worked across number of localities in the London area. Andy is an Elder at a church in North Surrey 

Sue Harrison coordinates the training for the CSS. She is also the Team Manager of a local authority Learning & Development team for children & family services. She manages the newly qualified social workers training programme as well as the progression pathway for social workers. Sue advises on the various levels of safeguarding and competencies needed for churches and Faith based organisations. 

Colin Berg a former chief executive of Children and Adults services in local authority. When Colin retired he became a trustee with CCPAS (now 31:8) and ended his time there in 2016. Colin is currently a pastor in a village church in Wales. 

Don Horrocks Former Head of Public Affairs for the Evangelical Alliance UK. Author of “Laws of the Spiritual Order” and “Biblical and Pastoral Responses to homosexuality”. 

Simon McCrossan is a barrister with specialisms in employment, personal injury and civil litigation. He holds a specialist LL.M in employment law and is focused upon cases of religious and wider civil liberties. Previously, he was Head of Public Policy for the Evangelical Alliance UK and before he was called to the Bar, Simon worked as a teacher in secondary education (11-18). Moreover, he is also an experienced law lecturer having tutored both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Simon has contributed towards “Christianity in the Workplace: An Employer’s Guide to Christian Beliefs” and is a contributing author to: “Speak Up: a Guide to the Law and Your Gospel Freedoms” that was welcomed in parliament by the then Prime Minister Theresa May, as highlighting ‘the jealously guarded principle of the ability to speak freely, respectfully and responsibly about one’s religion’.