If someone you know is being harmed or is at risk of harm, it is important that
tell us so we can help.
You could be worried about a child, young person, adult or older person. We know
it can be difficult to make the first move and tell us your concerns. But we can
– and will – help.
What to do if you're being harmed or at risk of harm
If you're being harmed or think you're at risk of harm, then please tell us. We
can help keep you safe.
Get in touch with us as soon as you can
The best way to make sure the person you’re worried about gets the help they need
quickly is to phone us. You can call us on:
If it's an emergency, always dial
You can also contact Police
Scotland when it's not an emergency on:
You can also write to us, but it may take longer for us to respond to
You don't need to tell us your name, but this may help us if we need to look into your concerns further and find out more information.
We'll treat any information that you give us with care and only share it with others
who can help the person you’re concerned about.