How to Report Internet Pornography or Internet Luring Related to Children
Initial complaints about online child sexual exploitation are handled by your local police service.
I received an e-mail advertising (or encountered a website portraying) what seems like child pornography/exploitation. What should I do?
To report online sexual exploitation of a child (i.e. child pornography, luring, child sex tourism, child prostitution), please visit Cybertip.ca, complete and submit the Reporting Form.
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Cybertip.ca is administered by Child Find Manitoba on behalf of all law enforcement in Canada. It is supported by public and private sector partners and has received additional funding as part of Canada’s National Strategy. Cybertip.ca provides the public with a mechanism to report illegal content on the Internet, and facilitates the investigation and prosecution of those who use the Internet to victimize children. Cybertip.ca is not an investigative entity, but rather a resource centre and clearinghouse for the community and law enforcement.
The Cybertip.ca website features additional information on the various forms of sexual exploitation of children including sex tourism, child prostitution, Internet luring and child pornography.
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