Report Abuse

The single most important action you can take to protect children from sexual exploitation is to report any suspected cases to the authorities.

If you see a child in immediate danger, please call your local emergency number.

If you suspect a child is being sexually abused or exploited in any way (including child prostitution, child sex trafficking or child sex tourism), please contact the relevant law enforcement agency or organisation in the country where the crime is taking place.

At present, there is no universal reporting hotline for the commercial sexual exploitation of children. The information on this page should help you to find the appropriate reporting channel so you can report suspected abuse and help to protect children.

Below is a list of law enforcement agencies and organisations working to protect children across the globe. Please contact the relevant agency in your country to report any known or suspected sexual crime against children.

Law Enforcement and Reporting Hotlines


  • Virtual Global Task Force: The Virtual Global Task Force addresses cases of online sexual exploitation of children (including child abuse, inappropriate images, pornography and grooming)
  • CyberTipLine: The United States based National Center for Missing and Exploited Children will also accept international reports

European Citizens



  • APLE Cambodia Hotline: call 092 311 511 to report a concern
  • ChildSafe Hotline: call 012 311 112 to report a child at risk
  • National Police Hotline: call 1288 to report suspected sexual abuse or trafficking



  • BKA: Kontaktaufnahme mit einem Ansprechpartner für das Thema Kindersextourismus



  • Anti Human Trafficking Hotlines:  067 411 317  or  067 411 318

 New Zealand


South Africa


 United Arab Emirates

 United Kingdom

 United States (USA)

ECPAT International

If you need to report a potential case of child sexual exploitation and you do not know where else to turn please contact Utilizing its global network, ECPAT will refer all reports received to the appropriate contacts and law enforcement agencies.

We try to keep this list as up-to-date as possible. If you would like to be added to the list, please contact us via or phone +66 2637 9939. Thank you.