Other support for you

UK wide

  • is available over the phone and online. An NSPCC councillor will listen to your concerns, offer advice and support, and can take action on your behalf if a child is in danger.
  • (pdf) is statutory guidance to organisations and professionals that provide or commission services to children and families from HM Government (2015).
  • from the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (2009) covers the alerting features in children and young people of physical, sexual and emotional abuse, neglect, and fabricated or induced illness.
  •   provides a framework for integrating safeguarding children and young people into existing practice systems and processes for delivering primary care.
  •  from the BMA includes a section on child protection.
  • The page of the RCPCH website has links to a range of documents about child protection.
  • – short video-based e-learning module from the Children’s Society, built on the real experiences of young people. It aims to help professionals notice and act on signs of child sexual abuse and help young people feel able to disclose abuse. This module promotes the Seen and Heard RADAR code which provides a handy aide-memoir for professionals (this can be found on the e-training website)
  • from Brook sexual health charity aims to help people spot the signs of child sexual exploitation.
  • (pdf) from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, Association of Chief Police Officers, Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine (2010).

England

  • provides information on how to report suspected child abuse plus contact details for the relevant local authority children’s social care team.

Northern Ireland

  • provides contact details for the relevant gateway services teams in each health and social care trust area and for the NSPCC. It also explains the process of reporting child abuse and neglect.

Scotland

  • The pages of the Scottish Government website links to the (pdf) and to other related publications.
  • provides quick guides to identifying the signs of child sexual exploitation aimed at professionals, children, family members and others.
  • The page of the Scottish Government’s website explains the role of child protection committees and significant case reviews in Scotland.

Wales

  • The has links to guidance and other publications on various aspects of child protection
  • The from Children in Wales set standards to guidance and inform child protection practice and give advice to professionals about what to do in certain circumstances.
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