How to Report Cybercrime
WiredSafety's Cyber911 Emergency tipline is not intended to replace law enforcement emergency 911, 999 and other numbers worldwide. It is to help people know where to get help when they are being victimized online, and to provide help when help is needed. We work closely with law enforcement around the world, and require that when offline threats are involved that local law enforcement be notified before we can offer assistance to the victim or their local law enforcement.
You must contact law enforcement in your area prior to our accepting any case for any cybercrime that involves any offline risk. This includes death threats, child abductions, and Internet predators where they have information as to where a victim can be reached offline. The Internet not always reliable and e-mails and reports sent may not have been received. If you do not receive an auto reply to your report, note the report has not been received due to circumstances beyond our control. Contact local law enforcement in this case.What to report
We accept reports about cybercrimes (crimes that take place online) such as cyberstalking, identity theft and child pornography.How to report
Select the cybercrime you wish to report from the drop down menu below. If the cybercrime you wish to report is not listed, please select "Other" and you will be taken to a page that will help you to identify the best place to make your report.
The Cyber911 Emergency form is NOT to be used to report anything other than CYBERCRIME EMERGENCIES. If you have a question about Cyberstalking or any other Internet or Cybercrime related issues, please use WiredSafety's Q & A Forum.
We respect your privacy and share information only with WiredSafety volunteers who will be working with you, or helping those who work with you. Your information remains in our secure files, and will not be shared with anyone outside of WiredSafety without your consent, except as may be required by applicable law or for our site security.
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