Report a concern about a vulnerable adult
Call 030 33 33 3001 and ask for the duty social worker if you or an other adult you know is at risk of harm. Call 999 if it's an emergency.
Adults can be as much at risk from harm as children. Don't keep it to yourself if you're worried or your instincts tell you something isn't right.
Everything you say will be in the strictest confidence when you call us and you don't have to tell us your name if you don't want to. Let us know:
- information about the person and anyone they live with
- details of what you saw or heard which worried you
Other ways to contact someone:
- Out of hours service - call 0300 343 1505
- Police non-emergency line - call 101
- Police emergency line - call 999
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
You might notice that an adult is:
- not dressed or eating properly or not getting medical treatment
- scared, withdrawn or uncomfortable around certain people
- asked to do things or touched in a way they don't like.
- being hit, shaken or hurt or has unexplained cuts and bruises
- giving away money or possessions, confused about their money or is being made to change a will
What we'll do
We have a duty to act on information we receive. We'll look at any concerns, seek more information about the situation and take any appropriate action or offer support.