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Reporting child abuse anonymously
There are lots of reasons why someone might want to remain anonymous when contacting us. You don't have to tell us who you are, where you live or share your contact details. If you do choose to share any of these with us, you can tell us not to share them with other agencies – like the police or social services.
If we think a child could be at risk we have a duty to share information that you give us with other agencies. But we'll respect your wishes around remaining anonymous. If you'd like to find out more about remaining anonymous, please do get in touch.