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For wives and partners, parents, adult family members and friends of people who they suspect or know may be engaging in inappropriate behaviour involving children.Read More
Do you know someone with inappropriate thoughts or behaviour?
This area is for wives and partners, parents, adult family members and friends of people who they suspect or know may be engaging in inappropriate offline sexual behaviours involving childrenGet Support
Do you know someone with inappropriate or illegal online behaviour?
For wives and partners, parents, adult family members and friends of people who they suspect or know may be viewing sexual images of under 18s online, or engaging in other inappropriate online sexual behaviours involving children.Get Help
If you are worried about how someone you know behaves around children or what they do online, we encourage you to get support by working through these sections and contacting our anonymous helpline.
Knowing the signs of potential harm or inappropriate behaviour and where to get help will keep children safe. If someone you know has been arrested for child sexual abuse offences, including viewing sexual images of children online, it’s crucial to address the situation responsibly.
If you have any concerns, questions, or would just like to talk about what you are going through, our experienced, non-judgemental helpline advisors are here to support you. You can stay anonymous and don’t have to give your real name, location or any contact details. If you’re not ready to speak to anyone yet, you can also use our live chat or send a secure email.