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Updated NESCPC GUIDELINES (June 2012)
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Briefing note June 2012
NESCPC Guidelines June 2012
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Multi-Agency Resource Service
Domestic Abuse Links
Links to domestic abuse services City/Shire Moray are available via advice centre at
This includes Grampian Women's Aid 01224 593381
National links re domestic abuse are as follows:
Scottish Government Helpline: 0800 027 1234 (24 hours)
Working With Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse :0845 122 8609
National Policy/Guidance Update
The Scottish Government is pleased to announce the launch of the new National Child Protection Guidance
in Scotland. This guidance sets out new principles of how all services working with children and/or their families should work together to ensure the protection and well-being of children in Scotland.
The consultation report
is also now available. The report contains an analysis of the responses received, the Scottish Government's own response and explains any changes that have been made to the final guidance as a result of the consultation.
Guidance on How Agencies should Respond -click link above
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