All concerns must be submitted on the current ERSAB Multi-Agency Adults at Risk Concern Form, which is available via the buttons below as an online form or in MS Word format.
An easy read version of the reporting concerns form is available for people with a learning disability which can be completed with support from a carer or care worker.
Please ensure that all mandatory sections are completed on both versions and as much detail as possible is provided in order to progress the concerns effectively.
The electronic concern form is the preferred method for you to raise a concern, however, we are aware of differences between the web concern form and the more recently updated electronic/paper versions, these do not detract from the use of the form and we encourage continued use of the electronic form to raise a concern.
Action has been taken to bring the web version in-line with the electronic and the paper-based forms.
Please email completed MS Word versions of the concern form to:
Anyone can witness or become aware of information suggesting that abuse is occurring. It is important that everyone understands what to do, and where to get help and advice.
It is vital that everyone remains vigilant to:
If you think a vulnerable adult is in danger, at risk, is being mistreated or you have concerns about them, you should contact the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Safeguarding Adults Team (SAT) as soon as possible.
The Safeguarding Adults Team can be contacted directly:
Tel: (01482) 396940
9am - 5pm Monday to Thursday, 9am - 4.30pm Friday
For out-of-hours enquires, contact the emergency duty team:
Tel: (01377) 241273
If a vulnerable adult is suffering abuse and requires urgent attention because they are in immediate danger call the Police.
Tel: 999 (emergency) or 101 (non-emergency)
Tel: 03000 6161161
Tel: (01482) 393939