Report child sexual abuse material and
commercial sexual exploitation of children

Report suspected child sexual abuse content

  • Be as precise as possible on the location of the online content you want to report, in particular where there are parts of webpages that have a lot of other content. Copy the address of the webpage (URL), e.g. http://www.pelastakaalapset.fi/tyomme-kotimaassa/lapset-digitaalinen-media/nettivihje/ from the subpage carrying the suspected illegal content. There is no need to report separately all the subpages on the same website. If the content is assessed to be illegal within the scope of national legislation, information on the webpages you report will be forwarded for investigation.

  • By sending a report, I accept the following processing of information:

    1. Save the Children Finland forwards the URL provided in the report form to authorities and to the ICCAM system used by the INHOPE network and funded by the EU commission to identify the child victims and to remove the illegal material.
    2. Contact and/or other personal data written  in the report form are not provided to the police, unless specifically requested by the police or unless the reported data creates a legal duty to disclose it to the authorities.
    3. The sender’s IP address is processed as described in the Nettivihje.fi service’s privacy statement (statement in English available soon. Available in Finnish here). The IP address of the sender of the report form can be provided to the police at its request.

You can report suspected commercial child sexual exploitation for example in tourism here

  • If the information is assessed to depict illegal action within the scope of national legislation, information will be forwarded to national law enforcement for investigation.

  • By sending a report, I accept the following processing of information:

    1. Save the Children Finland forwards the URL provided in the report form to authorities and to the ICCAM system used by the INHOPE network and funded by the EU commission to identify the child victims and to remove the illegal material.
    2. Contact and/or other personal data written  in the report form are not provided to the police, unless specifically requested by the police or unless the reported data creates a legal duty to disclose it to the authorities.
    3. The sender’s IP address is processed as described in the Nettivihje.fi service’s privacy statement (statement in English available soon. Available in Finnish here). The IP address of the sender of the report form can be provided to the police at its request.

  • Here you can anonymously report child sexual abuse material (CSAM), grooming of children for sexual purposes, and child trafficking related to sexual abuse online.
  • However, you should not search for illegal material in order to report it.
  • You can report suspected online crimes or related preparatory actions to Law Enforcement here.