Call our Stop it Now! Confidential helpline today
0808 1000 900

Have you or a loved one been arrested?


You need to talk to someone

We offer anonymous and confidential help and advice to those affected by arrest for internet offences, including family members and those arrested. You hopefully will have been given our "Still Reeling" leaflets, which outlines some of the ways we can help.

This can be an incredibly anxious time for all concerned, but support and help is available. We ask you to take the next stage and get in contact. If you worried about confidentiality, please refer to our statement here.

Upon initial contact, you may be offered a face-to-face meeting with one of our staff. This will only be if you want it, but many people in your situation have found this a great help and comfort. Call us on 0131 556 3535.

Online Self-Help

We also encourage you to look at our Get Help and Get Support websites.

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.

Contact us

For further information you can contact us on 0131 556 3535 during office hours. You can leave a message for a call-back if you want. You can also email us at scotland@stopitnow.org.uk.

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