Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Children Partnership (RBSCP)
The safety and welfare of all children - or safeguarding - is everyone's business. You could be a relative, neighbour, friend, parent, childminder, teacher or doctor - or working for any organisation which has contact with children and young people.
Most children generally enjoy a happy childhood within their own family. Unfortunately for some, this is not the case. During difficult family times, everyone who knows the child must do the best they can to keep them safe and protect them from future harm and we need to work together to make sure this happens.
Safeguarding means protecting children from physical, emotional, sexual abuse and neglect. It also means helping children to grow up into confident, healthy and happy adults.
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Are you concerned that a child has or is suffering harm, neglect or abuse?
Please call 0300 303 0440 (8am to 5pm) or 0300 303 8875 (out of office hours) to speak to someone in Rochdale’s Children’s Social Care about your concerns.
If you feel a child or young person is in immediate danger please contact the police on 999.
If you've run away, been forced to leave home, are thinking about it or are worried about someone, there is help available.
Free 24/7 confidential runaway helpline call, text 116 000.
- They will listen and help you work out what you want to do.
- They can get a message home for you, set up a three way call to help with someone you need to speak to, or support you if you're ready to return.
- They are NOT the police or social services and will NOT make you go home.
Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Children Partnership (RBSCP) want to find out more about what young people (aged 11 – 17), members of the public and practitioners know about safeguarding and the work of the safeguarding children partnership in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people in the borough.
Such feedback will help inform the work of the safeguarding children partnership. All responses are anonymous and confidential; no one will be able to identify respondents from their answers and participation is voluntary.
To access our practitioners’, Rochdale residents' and young people's (aged 11 – 17) surveys, click on the links below:
- Practitioners' survey (external link)
- Public survey (external link)
- Young people's survey (external link)
All surveys are open until 13 September 2022.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Name of venue
- Number One Riverside
- Venue address
- OL16 1XU
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Monday to Friday, 8.45am to 4.45pm