Who abuses children?
There is no typical child abuser. In almost all cases of child abuse, the child knows the abuser. Usually abusers are people with intimate access to a child, whom the child loves or trusts and is dependent on for care. It may be a member of the child’s family or another person in a position of trust. Children may also be abused by strangers though this is relatively rare.
(Not for reporting child protection concerns)
Moray Child Protection Committee
The Moray Council, Education and Social Care,
High Street, Elgin