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Worried about an adult?

A number of ways you can report abuse are detailed below.

Complete the online referral form: 

Multi agency safeguarding adults online referral form

If the adult is in immediate danger, in need of medical attention or if a crime has been committed, contact the Emergency Services (Police and/or ambulance Service)

To get further advice or information contact

Adult Safeguarding Team, Swindon Borough Council

Tel: 01793 463555

Email: (During office hours - Monday to Friday inclusive, 8:30am to 5:00pm) 

Worried about a Child?

If you think that a child is in immediate danger, please ring 999 and speak to the police.

​If you suspect that any child or young person is being abused or neglected, or you are otherwise concerned about their welfare or well-being, please get in touch with the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub​ immediately.


  • E-mail:
  • Telephone: 01793 466903 (during normal office hours which are 8.30am to 4.40pm Monday to Thursday, and 8.30am to 4.00pm Friday)
  • The Emergency Duty Service (EDS) is available outside office hours on 01793 436699 

Updating of website

Welcome to the Swindon Safeguarding Partnership website. Please note our website is in the process of being improved and updated to reflect the new multi-agency safeguarding arrangements. An initial website redesign is now live and the work to review and update the content is ongoing. We welcome any feedback and suggestions so please do contact us

Many thanks, The Swindon Safeguarding Partnership Business Support Unit.

Safeguarding Arrangements for Swindon

 Swindon Safeguarding Partnership

The transition to the new Swindon Safeguarding Partnership came into effect on Sunday, 28 July 2019.  The Swindon Safeguarding Executive has been established to oversee the new Multi-Agency Safeguarding Arrangements for children (formerly the LCSB) and adults at risk (LSAB) in response to the recent government guidance Working Together 2018.  The lead representatives on the Executive are David Haley, Corporate Director Children's Services (SBC), Sue Wald, Corporate Director Adult Services and Health SBC), Gill May, Director of Nursing and Transformation (CCG), and Mark Cooper, Assistant Chief Constable for Crime, Justice and Vulnerability (Wiltshire Police).

The safeguarding partners in Swindon are committed to a partnership model that focuses on continuous learning and improvement with a clear line of sight on frontline safeguarding practice. The partners will promote a shared commitment to work together to improve outcomes for children and adults at risk.

The Swindon Safeguarding Partnership will support, enable and challenge each other to work together to:

·  Provide effective and informed leadership to the local safeguarding system;

·  Deliver their shared responsibility for the safeguarding of children, young people and adults at risk in the borough;

·  Promote positive working relationships with each other and children, adults and families;

·  Identify and act on learning, and

·  Provide assurance to the Swindon community

The Swindon Safeguarding Partnership believes that effective safeguarding is founded on practitioners developing lasting and trusting relationships with the children and adults they work with as well as each other. The Partnership will look beyond organisational constraints and boundaries to build a culture which improves outcomes for all. The partnership has agreed a behaviours framework that promotes and delivers: accountability, openness, trust, innovation, commitment, respectfulness, curiosity and collaboration.

Swindon Safeguarding Partnership - Multi-agency Arrangements