Coronavirus (COVID-19) information
All of us can keep Scotland's children safe from harm, neglect or abuse during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Falkirk's Child Protection Committee is urging everyone to keep their eyes and ears open for children and vulnerable adults who may be at risk during this time.
If you see something, are told something or something doesn't feel right you need to report it.
Report concerns to our social work team on 01324 506070 or Police on 101. If someone is in immediate danger call 999.
For more information on Coronavirus (COVID-19), see www.falkirk.gov.uk/covid19.
If you think an adult you know is being harmed, we can help. You can tell us, in confidence, and we can take action to protect the person you're worried about.
If you are an adult and you're being harmed, we can help keep you safe.
If you are worried about an adult being harmed, please tell us.
All adults deserve to feel safe, make their own choices and be treated with dignity and respect. If you or someone you know is not being treated this way, they may be an adult at risk of harm.
Making sure that all adults are safe, particularly people who are ill, frail or have a disability, is everyone's business.
What does harm look like?
Throughout Scotland, adults are at risk from all kinds of harm. Harm can be physical, psychological, financial or sexual. Harm can also mean neglect. You can visit Act Against Harm to learn more about what harm can be or look like and for more information on how to report it.
The Council has a legal duty to protect and support adults at risk of harm and will respond to every concern.
The best way to make sure the person you're worried about gets the help they need quickly is to phone us:
If it's an emergency, always dial
You can also contact Police Scotland when it's not an emergency on: