Child Protection in Angus

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Welcome to the Angus Child Protection Committee website

SSKS Drop In Sessions

Social Services Knowledge Scotland (SSKS), an online resource library for social service practitioners, is holding two drop-in sessions on 28 April and 25 May.
View SSKS Drop In Session flyer (200 KB PDF) for details.

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NWG Network Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Risk Assessment Tool

This tool, amended by ACPC, is available to download from the Professionals page - Resources section.

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Lunchtime Learning Sessions

On the last Thursday of every month Angus Adult and Child Protection Committees offer lunchtime learning sessions. These multi-agency sessions are open to any practitioner in Adult or Children's Services working in Angus.

Please note there is no need to apply for these sessions, however let us know if you intend to come by emailing so we can ensure that everyone who wants to come can be accommodated.

Visit the Training page for details.

All children and young people in Angus have a right to be cared for and protected. We all have a part to play to ensure that children are safe and their needs are met. Here in Angus, we believe that "child protection is everyone's job and everyone's responsibility". Children's welfare is very important to us all and we take that very seriously.

On this site you will find information for children and young people, all of which is aimed at protecting children and young people and helping them to feel safe and secure. There is also information for parents and carers on a wide range of child protection topics. For those working with children and families this website provides them with more information to help them protect children and young people. There are many links to other agencies, services and groups which may be of use.

If you have any worries or concerns about a child or young person you need to speak to someone as soon as possible and tell them about your concerns.

We hope you find this website helpful and we would welcome your comments.

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