Police called to boozy boys and baby


Police called to boozy boys and baby

A member of the public called Merseyside police after witnessing two drunk men with a small child in a Southport town centre car park at around 10am this morning, Wednesday 15 June 2016.

The witness, who wishes to remain anonymous, said: “I really couldn’t believe what I was seeing, I asked the two men if they were okay but they didn’t speak English!”

“I called 101 and was told that someone would investigate. Thirty minutes later and two more cans each the men left – with no sign of the police”

“I just hope that the young child is okay”


If you are worried that a child may be suffering significant harm, or if you are concerned that a child has suffered harm, neglect or abuse, please follow the advice below.

Members of the public can:

  • Call 0345 140 0845 between 8am and 6pm (minicom 0151 934 4657).
  • Contact the emergency duty team on 0151 920 8234 for urgent advice outside of office hours (from 5.30pm Mon to Thurs, and 4pm Friday and weekends). If you think a child is in immediate danger call for police assistance.

Please provide as much information as possible in order for us to respond to your concerns.

We appreciate that making a referral to children’s Social Care may be difficult for you. Please be reassured that your concerns will be recorded and any response carefully considered, and if you would prefer you can remain anonymous.

You can contact Sefton’s Community Adolescent Service (CAS) if you are concerned about a young person (age 12-25 years) who is: being pushed to be in a gang; at risk of sexual exploitation; have problems with drugs and/or alcohol, have poor mental health, experience violence at home or have run away from their family.

CAS will deal with the issues of the young person and their family before they escalate. Family members, professionals or the young person in question can contact the service on 0151 934 3801 / 4200 or 0345 140 0845.


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