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Angus Council’s Angus Adult Protection Committee is urging residents to act on their instinct if they think an adult is being harmed, neglected or taken advantage of. Convener of Social Work and Health, Glennis Middleton said: “Adult harm can affect anybody, but people who can’t look after or stand up for themselves can be particularly at risk. We all have a duty to look out for people not just in our communities, but also in care and hospital settings.”

Independent chair, Margaret Wells said: “We know sometimes people don’t want to get involved for fear of getting people into trouble but it is vital that they do. The message is simple – if you think an adult is at risk of harm and something feels wrong, you’re right to get it checked out.”