The police must be informed in any case of sexual abuse of a child or a young person. In an urgent situation, ring the police emergency number; at other times, ring the non-urgent police number.
The police will assist with any emergency and register your report.
Children and Young People’s Services within Social Services
Rättvik Social Services employs a group of social workers to work on issues relating to children and young people.
If you have the slightest concern that a child or young person is being or has been sexually abused or is at risk of being sexually abused, ring the Social Services contact line to speak to a social worker.
Social workers in Children and Young People’s Services will investigate whether the child or young person is in immediate need of protection and whether Social Services may need to intervene.
The child or young person can also be put in contact with other agencies, such as BUP (Children’s and Young Person’s Psychiatric Services), and medical care.
Barnahus (Children’s House)
Barnahus Dalarna is a partnership between the Office of the Public Prosecutor in Falun, Swedish Police Dalarna, Social Services departments in all Dalarna municipalities through Borlänge municipality, Dalarna Children and Young People’s Medical Services and Dalarna Children’s and Young Person’s Psychiatric Services.
These organisations work together at Barnahus’s premises, which aim to be a safe environment for children and young people who are the victims of violence, violation of personal integrity or sexual abuse.
If it is suspected that a child has been the victim of a crime, any questioning of the child will take place at Barnahus;
one of Barnahus’ functions is to provide a safe, child-friendly environment in which to question children who have been subjected to sexual abuse.
Rättvik Youth Guidance Centre (Ungdomsmottagning - UMO)
You can ask about anything at the Youth Guidance Centre. Attendance is voluntary, and there is no charge for your visit.
Rättvik Youth Guidance Centre’s programme includes individual advice, examinations, treatment and outreach activity.
Staff includes general medical practitioners, midwives and welfare officers.
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