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All children and young people have a right to feel safe and be protected from harm and abuse.
Children and Young People may be hurt by an adult or another young person in many ways.
If you have, or someone else has, told Social Work or the Police they are worried about you, they will want to:
- make sure you are safe
- talk with you
- listen to you and find out what, if anything, has been happening
A Children’s Charter which aims to protect children and young people has been produced by the Scottish Government. The clear message from children and young people, to the people responsible for keeping them safe, is detailed below:
Children and Young People may be hurt by an adult or another
young person in many ways.
If you are worried about your own, or someone else's safety,
talk to someone you trust, for example a family member or trusted
If you have, or someone else has, told Social Work or the Police
they are worried about you, they will want to:
A Children’s Charter which aims to protect children and young
people has been produced by the Scottish Government. The clear
message from children and young people, to the people responsible
for keeping them safe.
Scotland's Commissioner for
children and young people
Info 4 Care Kids
Assist children and young people in making complaints and offer
support and advice through the process
Children’s Rights Service Social Work
Tel: 0300 123 4510
DCYPP, Incorporating Child Protection Committee,
12 Strathkelvin Place, Kirkintilloch, G66 1TJ