Report child sexual abuse material

Your report can make a difference in the fight to stop the sexual abuse of children.

Note: Your report must refer to material with ‘actual’ children, not animation or drawings.
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Your report

Send us the website-address (URL) of the material that you are worried might contain be child sexual abuse material. This could be a link to a website, file sharing folder or chat.

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Add any information or descriptions of the material, such as passwords.

Your report will be anonymous if you do not provide contact information.

In some cases it can be very helpful if we are able to contact you. Red Barnet process your personal data according to EU´s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as well as the Danish rules on protection of personal data. Read about your rights, how we process your personal data and our policy on personal data (in Danish):

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What should you report?

If you have come across images or videos featuring children and young people under age 18 that meet just one of the criteria below, then you should report the material:

  • Material with children involved in a sexual activity with an adult and/or other children

  • Material focusing on a child’s genitals

  • Material with children who appear fully or partially undressed

  • Links to websites with child sexual abuse material

We are happy to receive your report, even if you are in doubt as to whether the image or video fits one of the criteria above. Our experts can assess whether the material you report is illegal.

Help us to understand the submitted material

Elaborate on what you have reported or considered reporting in an anonymous telephone/chat interview with our partner, sociologist and PhD Sidsel Harder.


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