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Child and Adult Protection

Child and Adult Protection

Child and Adult Protection means protecting the most vulnerable from abuse and neglect. 

Abuse and neglect can happen in different ways and can be carried out by anyone. Abuse can be a crime.

If you see something, are told something, or something doesn’t feel right, you need to report it. You can do this by contacting the following numbers:

Child Protection concern: 

  • 01259 225000 (day time) 
  • 01786 470500 (out of hours)

Adult Protection concern:

  • 01259 727010 (day time) 
  • 01786 470500 (out of hours)

If someone is in immediate danger, call 999.

Information on where to get help

The leaflets below have information on sources of help for young people, children, adults and the general public:

Public urged to keep eyes and ears open for children at risk during Covid-19

With the closure of schools and nurseries during the Covid-19 crisis, Clackmannanshire Council is urging everyone to keep their eyes and ears open for children who may be at risk during this time.

We recognise the impact a significant change in day-to-day life may have on vulnerable children.

Schools and nurseries play a central role in contributing to the safety of all local children, especially those who may be at risk of abuse and neglect. When children are not at school we lose the ability to monitor their wellbeing on a daily basis, and we are making every effort possible to support those children and families who may need it during these demanding times.

However we stress the need for the public to join efforts to protect potentially vulnerable children during the Coronavirus outbreak. And we urge everyone to play a part to keep local children safe.

The onus of care has now shifted from schools to local communities and we’re asking everyone to keep their eyes and ears open. Local people always provide a significant protective factor for children and that’s even more important at a time when families may be under significant additional stress.

If you’re at all worried about a child’s welfare it is much better to say something than do nothing.

Domestic Abuse support

If you or anyone you know would like more information on domestic abuse, please refer to our web page by following the link given.

Kinship Care Support

Who Cares Scotland has a dedicated information source for young people in kinship care or their carers who may be worried about Coronavirus.  They can be contacted on 0754 533 7152 or