Safeguarding at Wake Green Surgery

Report possible abuse or neglect of an adult with care and support needs

In an emergency, or if someone is in immediate danger, call 999. Otherwise, report crimes to West Midlands Police by calling 101.

Members of the public can report a concern of an adult with care and support needs to Birmingham City Council in the following ways:

https://birmingham.mylifeportal.co.uk/form/sgc2-1#!/onbehalfof

or by;

Young suicide


The following links will give you more information about young suicide.

 

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IN AN EMERGENCY ALWAYS CALL 999

Child Sexual Exploitation

The following links will give you more information about child sexual exploitation:

CSE Poster 1                  CSE Poster 2               CSE what to do Poster (pages)

Domestic Abuse

The following links will give you more information about domestic abuse:

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 Modern Slavery

The following poster contains information about Modern Slavery:

Poster Potential Victims of Modern Slavery

Modern Slavery Poster                    Modern Slavery Poster 2                  Modern Slavery Poster 3

Forced Marriage

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For more information on forced marriage see this poster: Forced Marriage

Staying Warm Stay Well Programme

This is a free service for eligible households, which has been commissioned by Birmingham City Council to help vulnerable people (particularly older people) and households through providing warm homes, helping to prevent people’s health deteriorating as a result of cold weather.

The following links provide more information about this programme and tips to improve your home environment too:

Stay Warm Stay Well Poster          Stay Warm Stay Well Poster 2    Stay Warm Stay Well Information

Cyberbulling

The following links contain information about Cyberbulling:

Cyberbulling advice for the Young Person          Cyberbulling advice for the Guardian

Loan Sharking

The Illegal Money Lending Team (IMLT) is trying to raise awareness of loan sharking and the help that’s available to victims through the IMLT and to encourage loan shark victims to come forward and report what’s happening.

Please visit the links below to watch real-life stories of victims who’ve had their lives turned upside down because of a loan shark.

Danao’s Story

Jay’s Story

Matthew’s Story

TO REPORT A LOAN SHARK TELEPHONE 0300 555 2222: the IMLT hotline is monitored by an IMLT officer 24/7.

They can also take reports via their website www.stoploansharks.uk – more information about the work of the IMLT is available on there.

You can also contact:

Nadeem Mahammed
LIAISE Officer (Leads in awareness, intelligence, support and education)
England Illegal Money Lending Team,

PO Box 12971, B33 0TD

Tel:  07557203277
E-mail – nadeem.mahammed@birmingham.gov.uk
Twitter @LoanSharkNews

Facebook – www.facebook.com/stoploansharksproject

The IMLT are hosted by Birmingham City Council Place Directorate

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