The Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme




When will information be disclosed?
Disclosure will only happen if the Police believe there is a need to protect a child and that it is necessary and proportionate. Information will only be disclosed to the person best-placed to protect the child and anyone receiving this information must keep it confidential and use it only to protect the child concerned.

Anyone who breaches the confidence of the UK scheme may have action taken against them by the Police.

 

How can a member of the public ask for information?
Gwent Police
Gwent Police
Police Headquarters
Croesyceiliog
Cwmbran NP44 2XJ
Emergency: 999
Non-Emergency Number: 101
Main switchboard: 01633 838111
www.gwent.police.uk 

 

We will require information about you, the child you believe may be at risk and the person you are concerned about. If you think a child is in immediate danger call 999 at any time. Your concern will be dealt with under existing child protection arrangements.

For further information the Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme, please view the documents below:

Information Leaflet
Keeping Children Safe Leaflet
Keeping Children Safe Poster
Disclosure Leaflet