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Children & Young People

This page is currently being reviewed. In the meantime, below you’ll find some useful links:

Sometimes you can deal with problems on your own. Other things are too difficult to manage by yourself and it is important to talk to someone you trust like your parent or carer, friend, teacher or other adult you are comfortable with.

Here you will find information on keeping safe and where you can go when you need someone to talk to.

Bullying

Running Away and Going Missing

  • Read more about running away or going missing here.
  • Download the GSCP Guidance on Missing here. 

Domestic Abuse

Relationship Abuse

  • Abuse is not normal and never ok. If you are in a relationship with someone, you should feel loved, safe, respected and free to be yourself. There are different forms of abuse but if your relationship leaves you feeling scared, intimidated or controlled, it’s possible you’re in an abusive relationship. Seek help from a family member, friend or trusted adult. If you are in immediate danger, get to a safe place and phone 999.

Child Abuse 

Drugs and Alcohol

Violence and Gangs

Racism 

Sexual Exploitation 

People Who Can Help

Female Genital Mutilation