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Hoarding Awareness Week 15 - 19 May 2023

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National Hoarding Awareness Week 2023 

We have updated some of our materials, keep your eyes peeled on social media and while out and about!

Feel free to use and share these to help us keep the safeguarding adults message strong in Norfolk:

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 Domestic Abuse SM Updated 2022

We also have a poster version here.

Safeguarding poster designed for Ukrainian refugees

With the anticipated arrival of Ukrainian refugees into the country, we have slightly modified our campaign poster, and it has been translated into the Ukrainian language, to read:

See something, hear something, say something

If you do not feel safe or your host does not make you feel safe, or you are in danger please call 0344 8008020

If it is an emergency and you need help now please call 999

The poster is available here for printing and sharing

There are more resources and guidance for Ukrainian nationals arriving in the UK and their hosts via the Human Trafficking Foundation on our webpage here:

 Modern Slavery and Human trafficking page.

August 20th 2021 - our Tricky Friends animation was launched. For more information, follow the link below:

See Something, Hear Something, Say Something

There is one key message about adult abuse we want everyone in Norfolk to get - See Something, Hear Something, Say Something.

If you are worried about an adult being abused or at risk of abuse call 0344 800 8020. This number will take you through to Norfolk County Council’s customer service centre and they will transfer you to the appropriate adult social care team to take details and discuss your concerns.  

NSAB have a number of different images to use on different social media platforms and we ask all stakeholders and partners to:

  1. use the social media graphics on your social media
  2. to retweet messages about the See Something, Hear Something, Say Something campaign
  3. share this poster on organisation websites for staff and people to download

Facebook imagery

Download Facebook image suite

Instagram imagery

Download Instagram image suite

Twitter imagery

Download Twitter image suite

Newsletter adverts

Download newsletter advert suite

Social media graphic suite

Download older male social media graphic

Download female BME social media graphic

Download younger male social media graphic

Case study

Download Financial Abuse case study