Is the child in immediate danger?
Call Triple Zero
Or call your local police
If you prefer to report in-confidence visit Crime Stoppers or call
1800 333 000
Have you seen inappropriate behaviour towards children online?
What can I report to the ACCCE?
- Suspected online grooming or inappropriate contact.
- An individual having a conversation with a child online and saying and doing inappropriate things or trying to meet in person.
- Live streaming and consuming child sexual abuse material.
- Coercing and blackmailing children for sexual purposes, including sexual extortion.
There is no information too small or insignificant. Something that may appear small or insignificant could prove vital to a police investigation. It is important to understand that the police are here to protect children from online child sexual abuse. They will not blame or criticise you for being a victim.
Need more information?
If you or someone you know is affected by physical child sexual abuse or exploitation including historical child sexual abuse, please report to police in your relevant state or territory.
There is help available for people impacted by child sexual exploitation. These avenues of support are available to help, listen and believe. If you or someone you know are impacted by child sexual abuse or online child sexual exploitation there are support services available.
Other reports you can make relating to online issues and child exploitation