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If you or anyone is in immediate danger call 999.
If the person being abused is an adult with care and support needs contact your local social services department. Listed below are a number of national helplines.
|Action on Elder Abuse||Offer a number of support and training services. The helpline not only provides direct advice and help to people who may be in danger of experiencing abuse but they also provide unique information on the nature, circumstances and dynamics of elder abuse.||Helpline: 080 8808 8141
|Modern Slavery||Information about modern slavery, how to seek advice and how to report concerns.||Helpline: 0800 0121 700
|Women’s Aid||Women’s Aid is a grassroots federation working together to provide life-saving services and build a future where domestic violence is not tolerated.||Tel: 0808 2000 247
|Care Quality Commission||Regulates care provided by the NHS, local authorities, private companies and voluntary organisations and protects the interests of people whose rights are restricted under the Mental Health Act.||Tel: 0845 015 0120
|Disclosure and Barring Scheme||The role of the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is to help employers make safer recruitment decisions and prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable groups including children. It replaces the Independent Safeguarding and Criminal Records Bureau.||DBS: Tel: 03000 200 190
Welsh Language: Tel: 03000 200 191
DBS minicom: Tel: 03000 200 192
|The Forced Marriage Unit||Part of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, provides a wealth of information, multi-agency practice guidelines and an advice line for victims, their friends, relatives and professionals.||Tel: 0207 008 0151
|Health and Safety Executive||Responsible for all health and safety regulations in the UK. It provides information about the regulations and provides guidance on how to improve the health and safety of staff and service users in a variety of establishments.||www.hse.gov.uk|
|Mencap Whistleblowing Helpline||The Whistleblowing Helpline is an independent, confidential, free phone service for staff and organisations working within the NHS and social care sector. It is commissioned by the Department of Health.||Tel: 0800 724725
|Office of Public Guardian||Supports the functions of the Court of Protection. It can investigate the actions of a Deputy appointed by the Court of Protection or an attorney under a registered Enduring or Lasting Power of Attorney.||Tel: 020 766 47734
|Public Concern at Work||An independent authority on ‘whistle-blowing’, and the protection afforded by the Public Interest Disclosure Act. Provides an advice line.||Tel: 020 7404 6609
|Stop Hate UK||Hate crime can be reported to Stop Hate UK, a voluntary organisation providing support for people affected by hate crime.||Tel: 0800 138 1625 (24hours)
|Victim Support Helpline||Victim Support is available to help anyone affected by crime, providing emotional support, information and practical help.||Tel: 0845 3030 900