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The purpose of this website/ information is to promote public awareness/ protection,help prevent you and those close to you from the potential dangers posed by individuals who have committed sex offences in the past and to deter sex offenders from offending/ re-offending. Any criminal actions taken by persons against the offenders named within this site, may result in arrest and prosecution of those persons.



 
Report child pornography to the links provided on this page for that purpose.



 

Australian Law Enforcement

POLICE EMERGENCY- 000
POLICE ATTENDANCE- 131 444
CRIME STOPPERS- 1800 333 000
CrimeStoppers


New South Wales Police
NSW Police
- Crimestoppers Missing Persons
- Report adult sexual assault
- DOCS Helpline- 132111

Victorian Police
VIC Police
- State Sexual Assault Crisis Line
  1800 806 292


Queensland Police
QLD Police

Western Australian Police
WA Police
- Reporting Child Abuse and Pedophilia
  Child Abuse Investigation Unit
  Major Crime Division
  Suite 2/250 Adelaide Terrace,
  Perth- (08) 94925444
  Fax- (08) 94925447
  childabuse.investigation@police.wa.gov.au


South Australian Police
SA Police
- Child Exploitation Investigation Section

Tasmanian Police
TAS Police

Northern Territory Police
NT Police


Australian Crime Commission (ACC)
International Police (INTERPOL)
Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO)
Australian Secret Intelligence Service (ASIS)
http://www.nationalsecurity.gov.au/
Australian Customs Service
www.thinkuknow.org.au/site/report.asp
www.cybersmart.gov.au/report.aspx
www.staysmartonline.gov.au/home

REPORTING ONLINE CHILD ABUSE

Australian Federal Police
Federal Police
The AFP investigates online child exploitation which occurs using a telecommunications service, such as computers with internet connectivity or mobile phones. The types of offences investigated include accessing, sending or uploading child exploitation and abuse material.
Grooming and procuring of children over the internet is also investigated by the AFP.
This is when an adult has made online contact with a child under the age of sixteen with the intention of facilitating a sexual relationship.

In April, 2010, the Australian Government introduced changes to legislation which increased the penalties applying to these offences. Australians who groom or procure a child for sexual activity overseas can be imprisoned for up to 15 years. The reforms also enhanced the coverage of offences for using a carriage service, such as the internet, for sexual activity with a child or for child abuse material.
AFP investigations may also focus on Internet sites carrying child abuse material and operated from an ISP in Australia. In cases where the site content is not hosted within Australia, the matter is referred to overseas law enforcement agencies.

If you know about a child who is in immediate danger or risk call 000, Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000, or contact your local police.
http://www.afp.gov.au/policing/child-protection-operations/online-exploitation.aspx


Virtual Global Taskforce

The VGT is actively involved in investigating suspicious behaviour online with or towards a child.
The Report Abuse button is an effective mechanism for reporting suspected sexual predator behaviour.


Virtual Global Taskforce


Crime Stoppers International (CSI)
Do you have information about a crime?
If so, submit your information here anonymously. You may be eligible for a cash reward!
Tips submitted through this website are encrypted, entirely confidential, completely anonymous and are immediately and securely transferred directly to the Crime Stoppers programs.


Reporting by Internet Service Providers / Internet Content Hosts
Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Internet Content Hosts (ICHs) will have an obligation to report material they have reasonable grounds to believe is child pornography or child abuse material to the Australian Federal Police (AFP), when amendments to the Criminal Code Act 1995 (Criminal Code) commence on 1 March 2005.

The AFP works in partnership with Internet Service Providers (ISP) and Internet Content Hosts (ICH) in the battle against the sexual exploitation of children online.
If you are an ISP or ICH and have become aware of child exploitation or child abuse material on your server(s), then you are required to report this to the AFP.
The Attorney General's website provides information on the Legislative responsibilities of ISPs and ICHs.




Report sexual assault/ harassment to SECASA anonymously
How anonymous is this report?
When you submit a report using this app SECASA does not collect any personal data unless you choose to enter it. However, the anonymous data assists CASAs to identify patterns of sexual assault and harassment. If you do not want to report officially but would like to contribute to preventing sexual assaults make an anonymous report. The anonymous data may be shared with Police to assist them in building information about an offender. Your anonymous data might help us prevent similar assaults.



Report Convicted Sex Offenders on Facebook www.facebook.com
- "Once we are able to verify a user’s status as a sex offender, we immediately disable their account."


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