Tip the Police off about Child Pornography Crimes
If you come into contact with suspected child pornography on the internet, you can contact a special unit within the National Bureau of Investigation.
The unit combats the sexual abuse of children and the spread of child pornography on the internet.
If you want to alert the police to child pornography on the internet, you should attach a link or an address to the suspected material in an e-mail.
Do not save pictures or films!
Under no circumstances should you save child pornography pictures or films on your computer. Neither should you send pictures or films to the police.
E-mail address to the National Bureau of Investigation's group combating the sexual abuse of children: email@example.com
Abuse of children abroad
If you are abroad and suspect that the sexual abuse of children is taking place at your location, it is important that you alert the police as soon as possible. Fresh information is easier to work with than if there is a long gap between the incident and the investigation.
Provide as detailed information as possible regarding:
- How the suspicion has arisen.
- The abused child.
- The suspect. Describe the person, personal details where possible.
- Location of the incident. Specify the city, town, hotel, et cetera.
- Time of the incident. State the date and time.
- Others who made the same observation. Are there witnesses?
- Pictures of the perpetrator and/or child are also appreciated.
Contact the Swedish police. Do not forget to also contact the local police.
There is a Nordic police liaison stationed in Bangkok who receives tips regarding the sexual abuse of children in South East Asia and where perpetrators are primarily from the Nordic countries. The e-mail address to the liaison is: firstname.lastname@example.org