Concerned about internet abuse?
Have you been arrested for Internet offences?
Have you recently been arrested for viewing, downloading, distributing or making sexual images of children?
We work with people who have sexually harmed or fear they may harm a child, including those who commit offences on the Internet.
We also work with members of their family to help them to address the questions and issues the behaviour of their loved one has raised.
- Running educational programmes for people who have been accessing sexual images of children online and their families
- Running Get Help, a self-help website for those concerned about their online behaviour
- Offering advice and information to anyone with concerns via our Helpline
If you have been arrested for Internet offences we urge you to call the Stop it Now! Freephone, anonymous and confidential helpline on 0808 1000 900 for advice, support and information.
We also offer a confidential e-mail service, email@example.com, on which you can contact us. Your e-mail address will not be displayed. Due to high demand for this service, we are unfortunately unable to offer an immediate response to your enquiry. We aim to respond to all emails within 7 working days.
Get Help is a self-help website with a huge range of online resources, advice and support that will help you stop looking at indecent images of children.
Get Support offers advice on managing inappropriate thoughts about children and young people. You will not be asked for any details that may identify you, and the websites are completely anonymous.
You can also use the Stop It Now! Helpline and Get Help website if you have not been arrested.
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