If you feel that you are at risk, or if you suspect that another adult is at risk of harm, please contact an advisor by phoning:
Adults Help Desk on:
01452 426868 (8am - 5pm Monday to Friday)
01452 614758 (Out of hours above) you can also email: email@example.com
If you think someone is breaking the law phone the police on 101 or
In an emergency always dial 999
To contact your GP Practice Liaison Lead please see Safeguarding-Practice Liaison Contact Details
Please click on resource link below to be taken to Domestic Abuse, Stalking and Harassment and Honour Based Violence (DASH) 2017 Risk Assessment Form.
For further resources about MARAC and the DASH form click here.
GDASS, Gloucestershire Domestic Abuse Support Service:
Self-referral for free and confidential advice: Tel: 0845 602 9035 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional advice line: 01452 726561
Please note there is also a service which provides a programme for perpetrators: Turnaround-Splitz: 01225 775276
The Gloucestershire Safeguarding Adults Board has a website which has a range of information for those working in the fields of health and social care. There are policies, guidance, details of key legislation and, most importantly, what to do if you suspect someone may be being abused. Please follow the resource link below to the website.
If you suspect someone is being neglected, harmed or suffering domestic abuse call: 01452 426868
The monitoring form (see resource link below) is for Honour based violence, Forced Marriage and Female Genital Mutilation. No action is taken on receipt of these forms, because they are not referral forms. Should staff identify any concerns they should report formally to the police (particularly when considering mandatory reporting of FGM, or refer, when appropriate, to support services or social care. The monitoring form can be completed and sent to Sophie.Jarrett@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk to assist in data collection to understand the prevalence of these issues in the county.
These short animated films have been developed to create awareness around the health and physiological consequences of FGM and cut through much of the inaccurate and misleading information circulating in the public sphere about FGM.
Please follow the resource link below to the full document.