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Reporting abuse

The East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board Safeguarding Adults Concern Form

All concerns must be submitted on the current ERSAB Multi-Agency Adults at Risk Concern Form, which is available below in electronic or word format. 

The electronic concern form is the preferred method for raising a concern however; downloadable paper versions are still acceptable.  

Please ensure that all mandatory sections are completed on both versions and as much detail as possible is provided in order to progress the concerns effectively.

ERSAB Multi-Agency Adults at Risk Concern Form

The electronic concern form is the preferred method for you to raise a concern, however, we are aware of differences between the web concern form and the more recently updated electronic/paper versions, these do not detract from the use of the form and we encourage continued use of the electronic form to raise a concern.

Action has been taken to bring the web version into line with the electronic and the paper-based forms as soon as possible.

ERSAB Multi-Agency Safeguarding Paperwork (word)

  Consolidated Paperwork Guidance (word 115kb)

Consolidate Paperwork (word 98kb)

Covid 19 - Advice for professionals and volunteers who may come into contact with individuals and families they haven’t met before.

What should I do if I become aware of abuse and neglect?

Anyone can witness or become aware of information suggesting that abuse is occurring. It is important that everyone understands what to do, and where to get help and advice. 

It is vital that everyone remains vigilant to:

  • •Be aware of the signs and symptoms of different types of abuse 
  • •support those adults unable to protect themselves to keep safe
  • •support adults to think and weigh up risks and benefits of different options when exercising choice and control
  • •know who to tell about suspected abuse or neglect control

Who do I report safeguarding concerns to?

If you think a vulnerable adult is in danger, at risk, is being mistreated or you have concerns about them, you should contact the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Safeguarding Adults Team (SAT) as soon as possible.

The Safeguarding Adults Team can be contacted directly:

Tel: (01482) 396940

9am - 5pm Monday to Thursday

9am - 4.30pm Friday

Email:  safeguardingadultsteam@eastriding.gov.uk

For out of hours enquires, contact the emergency duty team:

Tel: (01377) 241273

ERSAB Safeguarding Adults Team Information Poster (pdf 774kb)

Consolidated Paperwork (98kb)

Who else may need to be informed?

If a vulnerable adult is suffering abuse and requires urgent attention because they are in immediate danger call the Police on 999 (emergency) or 101 (non-emergency).

Care Quality Commission (CQC) on 03000 6161161

East Riding of Yorkshire Council Customer Service Centre on:

Tel: (01482) 393939

Have you considered the Mental Capacity Act? (word 40kb)

 Operational  Guidance: Making Decisions about Safeguarding Concerns (pdf 650kb) If you have a concern regarding a child please visit the East Riding Safeguarding Children Partnership at:

 ERSCP (external council site)

Not In Our Community (NIOC) anti-grooming campaign

The Police and Crime Commissioner and Safer Hull Partnership launched a new film to raise the awareness in the dangers faced by young people when they go missing. 

To view the film please click on the link below

‘Missed Me?’

Prevent - Counter Terrorism

Radicalisation is the process by which a person comes to support terrorism and extremist ideologies. If you are worried someone close to you is becoming radicalised act early and seek help. The sooner you reach out, the quicker the person you care about can be protected from being groomed and exploited by extremists.  

To find out more about how to help someone close to you visit actearly.uk 

If you have a concern about an individual, or need some advice regarding Prevent, please contact the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Prevent team: prevent@eastriding.gov.uk or visit https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/living/crime-and-community-safety/preventing-terrorism/ and complete the Prevent safeguarding referral form. 

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