number 1: What is an accident and what happens to your child?
An accident can happen to any child or young person, but if the circumstances are not right, it can cause serious harm or death.
When you lose a child, you don’t just lose him or her, you also lose your partner, parents, siblings, and the world around you.
An accident in your family means that you can’t get on with life.
Your family’s wellbeing is compromised.
It can also mean you have a family member or friends who have a different outlook to yours.
What happens to you, if an accident happens to me?
You have the right to take action if you think that your child or a young person is in danger.
What do I need to do if I think my child or person is at risk?
If you are unsure if your son or daughter is at high risk of injury, contact the Children’s Commissioner for Children’s Services.
Your child’s wellbeing could be compromised.
What if my son or my daughter is hurt or injured?
You can contact the nearest child protection agency.
The agency can tell you about the best way to seek help.
If you want to get help, you’ll need to tell them what happened and how you feel.
You can also call the police.
They can take the child to the hospital or to a doctor’s emergency room.
You’ll need medical evidence to support their decision.
What can I do if my child dies?
You’ll probably need to contact the police or an ambulance service.
You may also need to take your child to hospital.
Your children’s welfare can also depend on how long the child has been missing.
It’s a matter of how badly you want your child back.
What should I do in an emergency?
You should stay calm and stay away from the scene.
If the accident has occurred, talk to your children’s parents.
If they can’t speak to you about it, talk with your family or friends.
Callers who are concerned about your child’s safety should contact the National Missing and Exploited Children Helpline on 0800 065 536.
Your local police force may be able to assist you if they’re called in.
What are my options if I lose a loved one?
Your nearest local police station can provide advice about getting help if your loved one is missing.
If your loved-one is in a safe place, they should contact your local police.
You also can contact a number of organisations.
You could try to reunite with your loved ones or call 999.
You should keep a list of your contacts and contact details.
You might also want to check the Police and Criminal Evidence Section of the Local Government and Local Government Information (LGLIGI) website, where you can find information about missing people and their cases.
If a family or friend doesn’t want to talk to you after the accident, contact police or your local LGLIGi.
You don’t have to call police.
What is a child protection organisation?
A child protection group is a group of people who work together to provide support and support for children who are at risk.
Child protection organisations have a legal obligation to protect children who have experienced or witnessed an accident.
They’re called “children’s organisations” because they provide care and protection for children in a wide range of situations.
A child can become a child-protection organisation when they have been: injured or killed in an incident involving a vehicle, person, or other property; or