Reporting Portal

Welcome to Our Reporting Page

You have chosen the right decision by coming here to report your concern. Together, we can rescue a child from sexual abuse and exploitation.

WHY report?

Child sexual abuse is the most serious violation of the right of the child and leaves a devastating impact on a young child. The presence of child sexual abuse images and videos online means the child continues to be abused every time his/her images are seen.

By reporting abuse, you are helping us with the possible rescue of a child victim, the removal of images and the possible prosecution of an offender. Ignoring can be a criminal offence. 

What May happen to your report?

Your report will be assessed by our hotline analysts and may be sent to the police for investigation.

If you report possible CSAM, we may coordinate notice/takedown actions with the law enforcement authority and/or other appropriate agencies to have the illegal images (photos. videos, audios, etc.) removed from the internet.

Call our Hotline 092-311-511 to talk to our staff for advice or information about reporting if you need to.

I would like to report...


refers to images, videos, writings, and/or recordings of child sexual abuse or exploitation

refers to the act of soliciting a child, either in person or through the use of the internet for sexual purposes such as to receive sexual images online or to meet in person to sexually exploit him/her

refers to the act of using self-produced sexual messages/pictures of a child in order to threaten him/her for sexual favor, money or other benefits

refers to the act of using a child in sexual activities that are recorded and transmitted live over the Internet

refers to the act of sexually exploiting a child that is involved in a context of travel, tourism, or both, and can be
committed by either foreign or domestic tourists and travelers

refers to the act of forcing a child to have sex against her or his will, often involving the use of physical force or violence

refers to the act of involving a child in sexual activity against his/her consent such as touching the child’s genital or molesting the child for sexual gratification

Scroll to Top

Important Information

If you see a child in immediate danger, please contact your nearest local police or call 1288 (Police Hotline).
Click 'I understand and want to proceed', if you would like to report suspicious activity concerning child sexual abuse and exploitation, using our reporting platform.