Safeguarding means protecting people’s health, well-being and human rights and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect.  By people, we mean adults, the elderly and children.

When should I raise safeguarding concerns?

Abuse and neglect can be difficult to detect, but here are some possible warning signs.

  • Badly-maintained property
  • Poor living conditions
  • Hoarding
  • No gas or electricity
  • Unauthorised persons staying in the property
  • Cuts and bruising
  • Change in the level of support needed
  • Unexplained expenditure
  • Health and safety risks
  • Being harassed

How can I raise a safeguarding issue?

If you have a concern regarding a neighbour you can report it to us in the following ways:

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