An Alerter is the person who raises the concern.

Anyone can be an Alerter. Anyone can see if abuse is happening; anyone can be told about or suspect that it may be happening. Alerters can be health or social care workers; volunteers; residential or nursing home staff; police officers; council staff; community workers, family members, friends or members of the public. The responsibility of the Alerter, if they are a staff member, is to pass their concern or suspicion over to their line manager or senior in charge as soon as possible, who should then call the Plymouth Single Point of Contact. Members of the public can contact this number direct.

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