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These pages contain guidance for professionals and parents and carers on keeping children safe.
Concerned about a child?
Keeping children safe from harm and neglect is everybody’s business. If you are worried that a child is being abused or neglected, you should talk to a teacher, health visitor, nurse, doctor or youth worker who will advise you what to do. You may also contact a social worker in children’s social care from the link below.
Concerned about a child? - Report child abuse or neglect
Bristol Safeguarding Children Board - for agencies working with children
Bristol Safeguarding Children Board (BSCB) is the local multi-agency partnership responsible for ensuring children and young people are safe from harm and neglect. Amongst the Boards functions is the provision of multi-agency child protection procedures and guidance.
Bristol Safeguarding Children Board
Services for children
Search for services for children in Bristol on the 1 Big Database website