For additional services that you can go to for help, please see the following organisations that can also support you, those you care about and your community.
There are a number of websites and services that provide information about cyber and e-safety.
The Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner provides online safety education for Australian children and young people, a complaints service for young Australians who experience serious cyberbullying, and addresses illegal online content through the Online Content Scheme.
Freecall 000 to reach police, ambulance or fire services if
The Police Assistance Line (131444) operates 24hrs a day, 7 days a week.
Call the Police Assistance Line if you are a victim of a crime, other than life threatening or time critical emergency situations. You can report crime to your local police over the phone and receive assistance with general police inquiries.Call 131 444
The National Security Hotline is the single point of contact for the public to report possible signs of terrorism. It also provides information to callers on a wide range of national security matters.
This free call allows you to report something that you know, have seen or have heard that you believe is of concern. Trained operators take every call seriously and you can remain anonymous.
If you would like more information about what should be reported, visit the National Security website.Call 1800 1234 00