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If you believe a child is in immediate danger call:
POLICE ON 111
Worried a child or young person you know could be at risk of harm from abuse or neglect? Call Freephone:
0508 326 459
Lines open 24/7, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you're a school:
Call 0508 EDASSIST (0508 332 774)
If you're a caregiver:
Call 0508 227 377
If your query is adoption related:
Call 0508 326 459
To request personal information held by us:
Call 0508 326 459 and ask for privacy and official information services.
Reporting a concern
Get in touch if you think a child or young person may be:
- unsafe or in danger of harm
- suffering from ill-treatment, abuse or neglect
- Or you’re not sure if you should be concerned, and want advice, or just to talk things through.
A social worker will work out how urgent this is, and the best thing to do next.
What we'll need to know when you get in touch:
- what you're worried about
- details of any incidents, including dates
- details about the child or young person and their family, such as names and addresses
- if the family, child or young person has previously been involved with us or the Police.
Feedback and Complaints
We're keen to hear about your experience with us. Do you have any ideas about how we can improve our service?
Give us feedback