Other helpful organisations
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Internet Watch Foundation
The Internet Watch Foundation is a charity that works to protect children from online sexual abuse. You can report online child sexual abuse anonymously via their website.
Report Remove is here to help young people under 18 in the UK to confidentially report sexual images and videos of themselves and remove them from the internet. It is jointly run by Childline and Internet Watch Foundation.
CEOP Safety Centre
The CEOP Safety Centre is part of the National Crime Agency and work to protect children and young people under 18 from grooming and sexual abuse online. If you are worried about online sexual abuse, you can make a report to CEOP online.
Stop It Now!
The confidential Stop It Now! UK and Ireland helpline provides a safe space for people to talk about their concerns and get help to prevent child sexual abuse. Stop It Now! UK and Ireland is run by The Lucy Faithfull Foundation, the only UK-wide charity dedicated solely to preventing child sexual abuse.
A child sexual abuse awareness and prevention website for parents. The Parents Protect website was created by Stop It Now! UK and Ireland and The Lucy Faithfull Foundation to help parents and carers protect children from sexual abuse and exploitation.
NHS Sexual Health Services
You can find a local young people’s sexual health service on the NHS website.
Children’s Law Centre
A charity based in Northern Ireland that works to protect children’s rights. They provide a free legal advice service and legal representation for children and young people.
Scottish Child Law Centre
A Scottish charity that provides free legal advice on children’s rights and child law across Scotland. They provide confidential and impartial advice via telephone or email from a fully qualified solicitor.
Just for Kids Law
A UK charity who work with and for young people to ensure their legal rights are respected and promoted, and their voices heard and valued. They provide advocacy, legal support and advice for children and young people in the UK. This can include support with issues to do with criminal law, the care system, education, housing and immigration.