In an emergency or if someone is in immediate danger, call the Police on 999 (101 for non-emergencies).
Find information about and contact details for your local children’s social care team here.
Find information about and contact details for your local safeguarding adults board here.
While safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility, there are people who hold specific responsibilities for promoting and protecting the safety, welfare and wellbeing of children and adults at risk.
Our Safeguarding Team can be contacted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0207 864 9000 for advice or to raise a concern.
If you are or your child is engaged in a Club activity, you can contact their Safeguarding Team for advice or to raise a concern. Click on your Club below for more information.
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Adult victims and survivors of childhood abuse within a football context can access information about the support available to them here.
NSPCC football helpline: 0800 023 2642
The National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC) can also be contacted by calling 0808 801 0331 or by visiting their website.
The Premier League Charitable Fund Safeguarding Manager can be contacted by emailing email@example.com or by calling 0207 864 9000 for advice, to raise a concern or to help you get in touch with your Club Community Organisation’s Safeguarding Team.
Visit the FA’s website to access information about football’s overarching safeguarding regulations and policies or to report a concern about: www.thefa.com/football-rules-governance/safeguarding.
Visit the EFL’s website to access information about their safeguarding arrangements and key contacts:
Childline is a free and confidential service for children and young people up to their 19th birthday.
You can contact Childline to get help and advice about anything from abuse and bullying to exam stress and relationships. They are available any time, day or night. You can contact them by phone, by email or through their 1-2-1 counselling or chat service.
Call 0800 1111 or visit the Childline website for advice, support or to get help.
Parents, carers and adults working with children and young people can contact the NSPCC Helpline for advice or share their concerns about a child.
Call 0808 800 5000 Monday to Friday 8am to 10pm or 9am to 6pm at the weekends or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact CEOP if you are concerned that someone may be behaving inappropriately or is seeking to groom a child in an online environment.
CEOP Thinkuknow website has information and advice to help children and young people, their parents and carers, and adults working with children and young people.
The Ann Craft Trust is a national charity which exists to minimise the risk of abuse of disabled children and adults at risk.
Visit the Ann Craft Trust’s website for more information www.anncrafttrust.org.