If you have any concerns or worries about a child or young person, speak to someone. You can talk to a teacher, health visitor, doctor, social worker or a police officer – anyone who you think may be able to help you.
If you consider a child(ren) or young person to be in IMMEDIATE danger,
DO NOT wait, call the Police on 999
If it is not an emergency:
- call the Police on 101 or
- call Social Work on 01383 441177 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you need advice in the evening or at weekends, contact a social worker on the Out of Hours number 03451 550099
If you are a victim who wishes to report historic child abuse then you may also wish to consider contacting the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry. Further information on the Inquiry is available here.