Seven in 10 calls to helpline referred to police and councils, NSPCC reveals



Almost seven in every 10 calls to the NSPCC's helpline over the last year were serious enough to be referred to the police and councils amid rising reports of neglect and physical abuse of children.
The charity received 33,333 calls from worried adults - around 100 a day - in 2015/16 that were deemed so important they were escalated to agencies such as the social services and police.
This accounted for around 70% of 48,949 calls to the helpline, 40% more than the 23,733 in 2012/13, when the Jimmy Savile scandal first came to light.
Concerns included fears about young people who were victims... read more

 
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