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If you have been a victim of cyber crime, making a report can help you get the help you need, and also help prevent the same thing happening to others.

Make sure you're cuber safe

Scams & Fraud

For any attempted or successful scam or fraud, report to Action Fraud online or via phone call on 0300 123 2040


You can report online sexual abuse by using the CEOP website. The site also has Child Protection Advisors who can help answer queries you may have before reporting something to them.

Report Hate Now

You can report online, and offline, hate incidents to Warwickshire Police or the Warwickshire Hate Crime Partnership using the Report Hate Now website.

Report to Police

In some instances, it may be important to report the crime to the Police. You can look at guidance on the Warwickshire Police website about Cyber Crime and Fraud.

Social Media

If issues arise on social media, it may be beneficial to report the instance on the site itself. ThinkUKnow has a guide for reporting to various social media sites.

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In this month we're raising awareness of new data from Action Fraud which reveals almost £1 million has been lost to lottery fraud in the past seven months as well as the public being urged to donate safely this Christmas as it's revealed 1.6m was lost to online charity fraud over the past year. Also, WhatsApp users are being urged to be wary over 'friend in need' scam and a warning where criminals are copying real websites to steal savings.