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Emergency Contact

If a child is in immediate danger, or you have immediate concerns for a child, call Triple Zero "000" or your local police on 131 444.

Report online child sexual exploitation and abuse

Report here
If you prefer to report anonymously, you can visit Crime Stoppers or call their toll free number 1800 333 000.

General policing enquiries 

If you have a general enquiry and do not require police assistance, please call the AFP's National Switchboard on (02) 5126 0000. Hours of operation as follows:

  • Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm AEST
  • Weekends and Public Holidays 9am to 3pm AEST

Note: Calls to the National Operations State Service Centre may be recorded.

Media

For media enquiries, please contact AFP National Media.

Recruitment

If you’re interested in joining the ACCCE or the AFP, please contact AFP Careers.

Partnership

To explore more about our current partnerships, head to our Partners page.
To enquire about partnering with us fill in the form below. Please ensure you include the name of your organisation.

Research 

We value research efforts to combat online child sexual exploitation. Learn more about our research here. To be involved or let us know about other research conducted, fill in the below form. 

Stop Child Abuse - Trace an Object 

We need your help in the fight against online child sexual exploitation. To report information about objects taken from the background of images and videos involving child abuse, please report via the reporting form. Find out more.

Staying safe online

ThinkUKnow Australia is an evidence-based education program led by the Australian Federal Police, delivered nationally in partnership with State and Territory police and industry partners to prevent online child sexual exploitation. The program addresses topics including self-generated online child sexual exploitation material, online grooming, image-based abuse, sexual extortion, and importantly encourages help seeking behaviour. Learn more.

 

Please do not report online child sexual exploitation on this page. You can make a report on the ACCCE reporting page.
 

Ask the ACCCE a question or provide feedback here

We need your help in the fight against online child sexual exploitation. Help us to identify objects taken from the background of child sexual abuse images.