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Adult Social Care Helpdesk Local Offer Local Offer

What is Adult Social Care? Gloucestershire County Council helps you find your own solutions to stay independent, or may offer you some short-term support to get you back on your feet, staying by your side until you are confidently living an independent life. For those…
Telephone:
01452 426868
Email:
socialcare.enq@gloucestershire.gov.uk
Website:
Your Circle
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CFAB (Children & Families Across Borders)

CFAB assist people who have been separated from family members as a consequence of divorce, migration, seeking asylum, trafficking and abduction, as well as other vulnerable individuals for whom there are protection concerns. CFAB is the only non-government organisation set up specifically to deal with…
Telephone:
Advice Line: 020 7735 8941
Email:
info@cfab.org.uk
Website:
CFAB
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Child Death

The deaths of all babies/children under 18 years resident in Gloucestershire, regardless of where the death took place, should be notified to the Child Death Review mailbox: cdop@gloucestershire.gov.uk.  Deaths of children not normally resident in the Gloucestershire area and who die here should also be…
Telephone:
01452 426228
Website:
GSCP - Child Death
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Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre Local Offer Local Offer

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is part of the UK police and is dedicated to protecting children from sexual abuse. They work with children and parents to deliver their unique ThinkuKnow educational programme. Thinkuknow.co.uk is the CEOP Centre’s online safety centre providing…
Telephone:
0870 000 3344
Email:
enquiries@ceop.gsi.gov.uk
Website:
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre
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Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) is when someone grooms and controls a child for a sexual purpose. It can happen to boys and girls, it can happen in rural or urban areas, it can happen face to face and it can happen online. It is a form of…
Website:
Parent and Carer's CSE Guide
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Children & Families Helpdesk Local Offer Local Offer

To report welfare concerns about a child or to find out whether you or the person you care for is eligible for support, you can contact Gloucestershire County Council's Children and Families Helpdesk. If you need to make a referral as a Practitioner to the…
Telephone:
01452 426565
Email:
childrenshelpdesk@gloucestershire.gov.uk
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Domestic Abuse

Domestic Abuse has a major impact on the health and welfare of many. The British Crime Survery 2006 reported that 1 in 3 women experience domestic abuse at some time in their lives. There are also many men who experience domestic abuse and experiences for men and…
Website:
GSCP safeguarding resource library
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E-Safety & Keeping Safe Online

The use of internet based communications has become a part of everyday life. Although there are great benefits from this there are also risks which are not well appreciated.   Further advice and information to support those who work with children and young people to understand…
Website:
GSCP
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Honour Based Violence

Honour Based Violence (HBV) includes Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and Forced Marriage (FM).  Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a criminal offence in the UK.  It is a form of child abuse and violence against women and girls. The practice is extremely painful and has serious health consequences,…
Website:
GSCP
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Missing Children

Children and young people go missing for a variety of reasons.  There may have been a misunderstanding about what time they were due to be back or they may have been the victim of a serious crime.  The job of the authorities is to record…
Website:
GSCP - Missing Children
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