No one should be hurt. If you are a child or young person and you or one of your friends is at risk of being harmed, or if you have concerns that a child or young person is being abused or neglected, please let us know so we can help.
|Organisation||Day time||Night time/ weekends|
|Social Services||01259 225000||01786 470500 |
If a child or young person is at immediate risk of harm
If you are concerned about a child or young person who is not at immediate risk of harm
|Health||Local health services and organisations|
|Scottish Children's Reporter Administration(SCRA)||0300 200 1555|
If you wish to remain anonymous when you report a case of suspected child abuse, you can. However, it is helpful if you give your contact details as there might be further information you could give. The family will not be given your details unless you agree.
Any information about you will be treated with care. Any details, including your name, will not be revealed unless the child's safety requires it. Even if you do not give your name, enquiries can still be made into the child's care and welfare. However, withholding your name may make it more difficult for those looking into these concerns. Any information you give may need to be shared with other professionals to ensure appropriate action is taken to protect the child.
When you contact a professional about your concern that a child is being abused, unless the child is in immediate danger, they will make some initial enquiries before taking action. They will check whether the child is known to Services, such as Education, Health, Police and Social Service professionals. All information will be treated seriously and acted upon. This may lead to immediate action or a more planned response.
You will be advised of the process in the case of suspect child abuse, but the outcome of an investigation will remain confidential.
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 225000 / 450000