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  • If you don't feel safe

    All children and young people have a right to feel safe and be protected from harm and abuse.

    This section will help you find out more about:

  • Talk to us

    All children and young people have a right to feel safe and be protected from harm and abuse.

    This section will help you find out more about:

  • What to do Next

    All children and young people have a right to feel safe and be protected from harm and abuse.

    This section will help you find out more about:

  • If you're worried

    All children and young people have a right to feel safe and be protected from harm and abuse.

    This section will help you find out more about:

If you don't feel safe

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If you are worried about your own safety, or confused about what might be happening to you, you can talk to someone.

What to do next

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If you are worried or need help, talk to an adult you trust, such as your mum, dad or other relative or family friend.

Talk to us

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Remember you have a right to be safe and to be listened to and taken seriously.  If you do not feel safe, speak to someone who can help you.


How we can help

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Sometimes adults are not able to look after their children properly.  Other times, adults may harm a child in some way.  In most cases, help and support is offered to the family to help them look after their children better.