Protecting People in Dundee content
Protecting People in Dundee is a new and reinforced Dundee multi-agency strategy to protect people of all ages in the city.
The Protecting People in Dundee banner brings together local specialists from agencies concerned with: adult support and protection, the prevention of domestic violence against women, protection of children and young people and multi-agency public protection arrangements.
This new focus further strengthens the partnerships which have already been forged between Dundee City Council, Tayside Police, NHS Tayside and a range of partner agencies across the city.
Protecting People in Dundee involves 4 key public protection forums:
- Dundee Child Care and Protection Committee (CCPC)
- Dundee Adult Support & Protection Committee
- Dundee Violence Against Women Partnership
- Tayside Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA)
An updated booklet Protecting People of All Ages in Dundee makes it easier for the public to report any worries or concerns they have about someone who may being harmed and ensures people are directed to the right protecting people agency.
No child should be harmed. Help is at the end of a phone line. If you feel a child is being harmed, phone Dundee's Child Protection Line on 01382 307999
Coronavirus - Important safety information for those who use drugs. If you are / work with / support someone who takes drugs, please click here to find information to help promote better personal safety in relation to coronavirus (Covid-19). An additional document providing guidelines on contingency planning for the current emergency is also available here.