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COVID-19 (Coronavirus info)

Information and guidance for public, NHSGGC staff, and community-based services.  Hospital visiting restrictions now in place.

Raising a concern

Managers and Supervisors

It is important that managers consider their concerns carefully and have read the Prevent Manager briefing which can be found here.

This briefing outlines the steps that should be taken in relation to processing Prevent concerns about a member of staff.  A copy of the escalation pathway can also be found here.


Members of staff

If you have concerns about a patient, volunteer or member of staff, please refer to the Prevent Staff briefing which can be found here.  If you believe that a referral under Prevent is needed please follow the steps below:


Non-Urgent Matters

  1. Discuss your concerns with your direct line manager.
  2. Contact the Prevent Single Point of Contact for advice if required on 07895907414
  3. Document your concerns on the Adult Support and Protection Act referral form (AP1)

        which can be accessed via the link below.

        ASP (AP1 form for all staff working in NHSGG&C)

  1. Email the completed AP1 referral to the Prevent generic mailbox:

        [email protected]


Urgent Matters

If you feel there is an imminent threat, the situation has become an emergency or a person is at risk of harm or a risk to other people then you should report this immediately to your line manager and contact Police Scotland.


Last Updated: 26 August 2019