If someone is in immediate danger call (999 or 112) for the police or an ambulance immediately.
If you’re feeling unhappy, worried, unsafe or concerned about the way someone is treating you or someone else, you can talk to the Welfare Officer for your club, class or training centre or at the event. The name and contact details of your Welfare Officer should be on a noticeboard or website.
RYA Safeguarding Team | 02380 604297| firstname.lastname@example.org
We are here to help, if you are concerned about how, you or someone else is being treated, contact your Club Welfare Officer or the RYA Safeguarding Team.
If you're worried about a child, even if you're unsure, contact the NSPCC’s professional counsellors for help, advice and support.
The Anne Craft Trust give advice and training to safeguard adults and young people at risk and minimise the risk of harm.
For confidential support for those who are isolated, at risk, vulnerable, and victims of any form of abuse.
Call for advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
Whatever you're going through, you can call the Samaritans any time, from any phone for FREE.
Police non-emergency | 24 hour helpline 101
For situations that do not require an immediate police response.
If you or another person is in an immediate risk of harm, contact the Police (999 or 112) or your local authority’s child safeguarding team. Their details can be found on your local authority website. You will also find a list of Safeguarding Children Partnerships, Boards & Committees on the SAFEcic website.