Sarah’s Law

Are you worried about the safety of your child? Do you have any suspicions or worries about a person that is in contact with your child?

Sarah’s Law – also known as the child sex offender disclosure scheme – allows parents, carers and guardians to formally ask the police to tell them if someone has a record for child sexual offences. Grandparents and neighbours are also invited to use the scheme but it is most commonly used by parents and guardians.

If you think a child is at immediate risk then you should call 999 to report your concerns. In all other circumstances (non-emergencies) you should telephone 101 or complete the Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme Online