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New Scottish child protection web site

  The Scottish Government has launched a new national website offering help and support to vulnerable children and families on child protection issues.

The new site includes clear, accessible information on what the public should do if they are concerned for a child's welfare, and will also feature a range of information and links to downloadable materials for children themselves, including cartoons and online games providing child safety tips.

Minister for Children and Young People Aileen Campbell said: "Children only get one childhood and it should be a special time when they are loved and cherished, kept safe from harm and go on to realise their full potential. This valuable new resource will play a significant part in enhancing child protection across Scotland."

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