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  • What to do if you are concerned

    While it is the responsibility of child protection agencies such as Social Work and Police to investigate whether or not abuse has taken place, it is EVERYONE’S responsibility to report concerns about a child.

When to be concerned

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There are a variety of ways concerns about a child can come to light.

What to do if concerned

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While it is the responsibility of child protection agencies such as Social Work and Police to investigate whether or not abuse has taken place, it is EVERYONE’S responsibility to report concerns about a child.

Procedures and Guidance

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Procedures and guidelines can be found under the following pages:

  • National Guidance
  • West of Scotland Interagency
  • Information Sharing

CP Multi Agency Learning

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The Child Protection Committee Inter-Agency Training sub-group reports to the Keeping Our Children and Young People Safe Themed Group.