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Children see and hear a lot more than we think. If there is domestic abuse in the household the children will be affected by it.
Find out about what to do in an emergency regarding services in Doncaster.
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The Doncaster Domestic Abuse Protocol has been refreshed! Please check out this latest version, published in June 2023, to see information about changes introduced through the Domestic Act 2021, details of new initiatives and referral pathways and new information and guidance about domestic abuse and how to respond to victims and perpetrators.
This page is dedicated to helping you understand the different types of sexual abuse crimes and sexual motivated crimes, how to report them and how to access the relevant support services. Please remember that you are never to blame for being sexually harassed, abused, assaulted or raped. Support is available for you in Doncaster and agencies will do everything they can to hold the abusers to account.
Early Help is a way of thinking and working together as services with families that have additional or more complex needs.
To report a safeguarding concern with regard to a child at risk of abuse. Where you believe there is an immediate risk of significant harm the...
As technology and the internet are becoming more and more accessible it is paramount to children’s safeguarding to be in the know of what they are accessing, the risks involved and how we can encourage them to make safe decisions when online.
There are a wide range of games available online and this poses a risk for young people.
A social network is an online platform that allows a user to connect with people, upload information and content and share experiences about their lives. It is a brilliant way of keeping in contact with friends and family who may live near or far. An example of a social network is Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Tik Tok and YouTube.