Worried about an adult
Safeguarding concerns can be raised by anyone, in person, by telephone, email, letter.
If you don’t want to contact us yourself, you can also report your concerns to a social worker, nurse, your GP or any other professional and ask them to make a referral for you. They will listen to you and act swiftly to make sure your enquiry is dealt with in the correct way.
If you would like to report a Safeguarding Concern you can download Easy read – Tell someone and be safe referral form and submit an electronic referral by emailing the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Professionals can also use our Safeguarding Concern form to report a concern.
Domestic Abuse – The Blue Door
The Blue Door are a specialist service and in partnership we make it our priority for people to be safe and well in their homes and in their communities. The council and its partners are working together to reduce domestic abuse. Our partners include:
- specialist domestic abuse providers
- Humberside Police and the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner
- housing and health bodies
We aim to ensure that where domestic abuse takes place, all those affected get the right service.
The Blue Door
Helpline: 0800 197 4787
Office: (01724) 841 947
You can also contact the Police:
- 999 – Police emergency
- 101 – Police non emergency
If you are concerned that a child is being abused or they may be at risk of harm, you should contact:
North Lincolnshire’s Children’s Services
Telephone: 01724 296500 (9am to 5pm Monday to Thursday, 9am to 4.30pm Friday)
01724 296500 (answerphone – out of office hours and at weekends)
For General enquiries about a child please contact:
Children’s Multi Agency Resilience and Safeguarding (MARS)
Church Square House
30-40 High St
Website: CMARS | Children’s resilience and safeguarding board website.
You can also contact the Police on: 101 – (if non-emergency).
or the Police on: 999 – (if their is an emergency situation).