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Are you contacting CEOP about something sexual that has happened to another young person online?

CEOP is here to keep children safe from sexual harm and grooming online. CEOP do not respond to reports about online bullying, fake accounts or account hacking. But there are people who can help you:

  • If you are worried you can talk to Childline. They can help you 24 hours a day by calling them free on 0800 1111 or visiting them online by clicking the link below.
  • There are lots of trusted adults who are always there to keep you safe, this could be a parent / carer, teacher, other family member or someone else you can trust.
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I am worried about something that has happened to

Have you reported the incident to the police (at a police station or through 999 or 101) and/or children’s social care?

If you have already reported your concern to the Police and/or Childrens Social Care, you do not need to make a report to CEOP.

If you want to discuss your concern or seek advice right now, you can call the NSPCC helpline for parents and professionals at any time on 0808 800 5000, or visit their website.

For advice on how to support a child that has been the victim of online sexual abuse and grooming, visit NCA-CEOP’s Thinkuknow website.

I am worried about something that has happened to

Have you already reported to a statutory service such as police or children’s social care?

If you have already reported your concern to the Police and/or Childrens Social Care, you do not need to make a report to CEOP.

If you want to discuss your concern or seek advice right now, you can call the NSPCC helpline for parents and professionals at any time on 0808 800 5000, or visit their website.

For advice on how to support a child that has been the victim of online sexual abuse and grooming, visit NCA-CEOP’s Thinkuknow website.