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Protecting children during the COVID-19 coronavirus public health emergency 

Child Protection Committees Scotland is urging everyone to keep their eyes and ears open for children who may be at risk of harm, abuse or neglect during the COVID-19 coronavirus public health emergency. It’s now more important than ever for members of the public to speak up if they’re concerned about a child or children.

If you’re worried, don’t hesitate to contact your local authority social work department - you can find details by clicking on the link here - or call the police on 101. If you think a child might be in immediate danger you should contact the police right away by dialling 999.

If you’re worried about a child or a young person click here for advice 

Inform briefings

Inform Briefing - Access to Care Records

We have produced a briefing for corporate parents about the rights of care experienced people to access their records, the importancce of records to u…

Inform Briefing - Modern Apprenticeships: Opportunities for employees with care experience

Information for employers on how to offer appropriate and supportive Modern Apprenticeships to young people with care experience.

Consultations

Response to the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Skills Committee’s Inquiry into support for vulnerable children during the Coronavirus outbreak’

The Scottish Parliament's Education and Skills Committee is seeking information around the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on vulnerable children. …

CELCIS response to the Scottish Government’s Consultation on The Youth Justice Standards

Our response highlights the need for children aged 16-17 to access child friendly justice responses, and for the rights of children as ascertained by …
Corporate parenting - what it means for you
Consultancy - get tailored support from our experts
Children and Young People (Scotlanf) Act

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