Concerned about the safety of a child?

The NSPCC has launched a national advertising campaign to promote a helpline for people to report concerns about the safety of children.

Concerned about the safety of a child?

NSPCC helplineThe NSPCC has launched a national advertising campaign to promote a helpline for people to report concerns about the safety of children.

With growing concern for the safety of some children during the coronavirus crisis, the NSPCC wants more people to know how to get advice and support and where to raise concerns about a child’s wellbeing.

The NSPCC helpline is open Monday to Friday 8am-10pm or 9am-6pm at the weekends on 0808 800 5000.

Local support

Alternatively, people in the Rotherham Borough who have concerns about the safety of children can:

  • Call the Police on 999 if it is an emergency, or;
  • Complete a Worried About a Child form on the Council’s website if there is no immediate risk of significant harm, or;
  • Call the Rotherham Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) to discuss your concerns on 01709 336 080.

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