The Partnership will be seeking assurances that agencies are working together effectively to protect frontline services, keep their staff safe and key services running.
The Rotherham Safeguarding Children Partnership and its Safeguarding Partners are continuing to ensure that children and young people are safeguarded and protected across Rotherham during this unprecedented time. The Partnership will be seeking assurances that agencies are working together effectively to protect frontline services, keep their staff safe and key services running.
If you are worried about a child:
Where the situation is an emergency you should contact the Police on 999.
If there is no immediate risk of significant harm, please complete a worried about a child form with details of your concerns.
You can also telephone the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (Mash) to discuss your concerns. We can help you decide if you need to make a referral.
It is important that you use official sources of information for updates and advice.
For information what to do if you think you have Coronavirus go to the NHS website www.nhs.uk/coronavirus
For advice and updates from the Government, including stay at home advice and guidance for employers, employees and businesses, go to www.gov.uk/coronavirus