Safeguarding Children and Adults at Risk

Safeguarding

Mole Valley District Council is committed to safeguarding our community so it is a safe place for all to live in. A safeguarding culture has been embedded within the organisation with the aim to prevent abuse and neglect wherever possible, whilst promoting an approach that focuses on improving life for all concerned. The council's staff must report all incidents or concerns they have relating to the safety of an individual.

Anyone can refer a safeguarding concern. If you are worried that someone is at risk of abuse, neglect or harm please report it.

Report a concern

Emergencies

Dial 999 for the police.

Concerns for an adult

Call 0300 470 9100 or email ascmash@surreycc.gov.uk (available 9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday).

Concerns for a child

Call 0300 470 9100 or email cspa@surreycc.gov.uk (available 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday).

Concerns of Domestic Abuse

Call 01483 776 822 (available 9am - 9pm, 7 days per week).

Suicide Prevention – report a suicide risk

Phone the Surrey and Borders Mental Health Crisis Helpline – call 0800 9154644 (SMS for deaf and hard of hearing: 07717 989 024, SMS text relay: 18001 0800 915 4644). This helpline number is for professionals and the public.

Additional information

Visit Surrey County Council's website for additional information on how to make a referral and what happens once you have made a referral.

Visit the Surrey Safeguarding Adults Board website, including their webpage on information for residents.