If you think it, report it

Together we can tackle child abuse – do you know how to spot the signs?
The campaign is now in its last phase which focuses on spotting the signs and reporting your concerns.  

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UPDATE: Restrictions on emails have been lifted

We now have sufficient confidence our systems and servers have not been affected by the recent cyber attack on our ICT provider, Sopra Steria, that we have lifted the block on external emails.

As you would expect, there are a large number of emails that have been quarantine but work is well under way to release them and should be completed by the end of tomorrow (Friday).

Thank you for your patience and support whilst we have worked to safely resolve the situation.    

 

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Emergency services

In an emergency

You should dial 999 in an emergency to request the police, fire or ambulance service.

Follow instructions from the Emergency Services and advice in the Emergency Advice for you at Home leaflet

Our Emergency Duty Team can be reached on 01452 614194 or email edt@gloucestershire.gov.uk.

The Emergency Duty Team Hours are 16:45 - 08:45 Monday to Thursday And 16:45 Friday - Monday 08:45 (including Bank holidays and Xmas Day and New Years Day).

Reporting suspected abuse

This is for social care acute emergencies in respect of suspected child protection, mental health vulnerable adults, older adults and suspected adult abuse.

Non emergencies

Other advice services

 

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