YOUR REPORT IS IMPORTANT - HELP US STOP CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
All around the world, children and young people under the age of 18 are exposed to sexual violence. Much of this abuse is documented in pictures and videos, which are then shared on the Internet. Such sexual assault material can be quickly and easily shared on the Internet, whether on the dark or open web, and thousands of copies of an image or video can be made in very little time.
Your report can make the difference for our ability to remove child sexual abuse material from the Internet—and to prevent the child in the specific image or video from being exposed to further abuse.
Your report to the Save the Children Internet hotline is 100% anonymous. Thank you for helping children and young people around the world.
With your help, we can act fast
We can process your report quickly through our collaboration with the Danish National Police and our international partners in INHOPE. We ensure that illegal and offensive material is removed and investigated as quickly as possible.
When you report child sexual abuse material that is found to be located on a European Internet server, we can typically remove the material within 72 hours.
Annual report 2021
The annual report provides insight into Save the Children’s efforts to combat child sexual abuse and the violation of children and young people in Denmark in 2020, as well as our work to make it safer for children and young people to be online and to use social media.
Save the Children's reporting service, ReportIt (AnmeldDet), is co-financed by the EU Commission and part of INHOPE, the worldwide network of civil reporting services against illegal material on the Internet featuring children.