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Child protection

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There is a detailed minisite on child protection packed with useful information.

If you are worried about a child or young person speak to someone as soon as possible and tell them about your concerns.

If you consider a child or young person to be in IMMEDIATE danger then call Police Scotland on 999.

For non emergency calls you can call Police Scotland on 101 or the Social Work Contact Centre on  03451 551503 or email sw.enquiries@fife.gov.uk

Out of office hours (9am to 5pm) the Emergency Social Work number is 03451 550099.

Child Protection Training

Fife Child Protection Committee offers a range of free child protection training for anyone working or volunteering with children, young people or families in Fife.  You can find out more about the courses on the child protection minisite under Inter-Agency Child Protection Training.