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Safeguarding Children and Adults


What can I do if I suspect a child is being abused?

 

As a concerned member of the public, your referral will be treated in the strictest confidence.

 

If you suspect for any reason, that a child is not being treated correctly, please contact the following numbers:

  • The Police: 999
  • Children’s Services (including out of hours): 0300 123 4043 
  • The Child Abuse Investigation Unit: 0845 33 00 222. 
    This is a specialist team that is a department within the police with countywide responsibility for undertaking child protection investigations.

 

If you have concerns that a vulnerable adult is being abused

 

Call Adult Care Services (including out of hours): 0300 123 4042

 

If there is a danger to life, a risk of injury or a crime is taking place, call the Police by dialing 999 

 

If the vulnerable adult is living in a registered care home or receiving domiciliary (home) care services, you can contact the Care Quality Commission (CQC) on 03000 616 161 

 

Let a public service professional, such as a social worker, community nurse, GP, probation officer or district nurse know your concerns. They have responsibilities under the county's adult protection procedure and can advise you about what to do next. 

 

  “If you think you are being abused, call Barnet Domestic Violence service as soon as possible: 0208 733 4113 or email on sassbarnet@solacewomensaid.org


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