What if someone is in immediate danger?
If someone is in immediate danger, they are being abused at that point, or have just been abused, their safety and wellbeing is the highest priority.
You should first seek assistance from a medical professional or the police. Don’t hesitate to call 999 if someone is in immediate danger.
You can contact police on a non-emergency number to report your concerns. They should then conduct a wellbeing check.