Report A Case

If you think a child is in immediate danger of sexual abuse or is at risk. Do not delay, call us!


When Should I Report A Case of Child Sexual Abuse?

Don't wait until you're certain if you are worried about a child. If you have any concerns or suspicions, contact our helpline services to report. We will listen to your concerns, offer advice and support and can take action on your behalf if a child is in danger or at risk. You don’t have to tell us who you are if you don’t want to, or you can ask us not to share your name or contact with the concerned agencies.

The following conditions that warrant reporting suspicion of child sexual abuse are listed below. Report a case when -

♦  A child shows warning signs of abuse or being at risk to abuse

♦  A case when a child has stated that he or she is being abused by an adult

♦  A case when an adult is aware of another adult and/or a child who is viewing child pornography

♦  A case when a child states that he or she has sexually harmed another child

♦  A case when an adult is aware of another adult who has sexually abused a child

♦  A case when a child has stated that another child has been engaging in sexually harmful behaviour with him or her.

♦  A case when an adult has stated that he or she has sexually abused a child.


If you have concerns about a child's safety you can report it to us online. One of our delegates will read it within 24 hour and decide what action needs to be taken.

Please say as much as you can about the situation – it will help us take the right action. Tell us the facts that you know, as well as any concerns you have about that child. You can contact the Helpline anonymously if you do not want to tell us who you are. However, it's really helpful to have your name and contact details, as we may need to contact you for more information in order to protect the child or children that you are concerned about.