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Please enter your views in one or both of the boxes. Information about people who pose a risk to children can be given to parents and guardians in certain police service areas under the Government’s Child Sex Offenders Disclosure Scheme (also known as Sarah's Law).
The Child Sex Offenders Disclosure Scheme enables parents, guardians and third parties to enquire whether a person who has access to a child, is a registered sex offender, or poses a risk to that child.
The Safeguarding Children Arrangements involve a number of agencies working together to promote children’s welfare and help protect children from abuse.
Although each case will be considered separately, in consultation with partner agencies, disclosure will only be made to those people who are in a position to best protect or safeguard a child.Alternatively you can contact us for help and advice via email at this address: [email protected], with a response in 48 hours.Emails received at this address are anonymised to preserve confidentiality, but please do not include details such as telephone numbers as this would be classified as identifying information. Also note that emails may not be replied to immediately due to high demand for the service.No, confidentiality will be maintained unless a disclosure takes place.If a disclosure does take place the subject may be informed that the applicant is to receive a disclosure about them.