Domestic abuse is when a family member or someone you're in a relationship, with treats you in a way that harms you physically, emotionally or sexually.
If you're worried about a child or young person or think they're being abused, even if you're unsure, call 01752 668000 or email gateway@plymouth.gov.uk.
If you're worried an adult is being abused or neglected, even if you're unsure, please report it.
The Safe Places is a scheme that helps people with learning disabilities; it provides them with a 'safe place' to go.
Anti-social behaviour is any behaviour that causes harassment, alarm or distress to a member of the public.
A hate crime can be committed against someone because of their disability, gender identity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
Call 999 if you or someone else is in immediate danger, or if the crime is happening right now. For a non-emergencies call 101.
The Herbert Protocol encourages carers to collate information on those who are vulnerable onto a form that can be given to the police if they go missing.
We're working on this section; it's not quite finished yet.