Statutory Contacts
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Statutory Contacts

An Garda Síochána

To report or get advice on concerns of sexual exploitation or abuse

Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Investigation Unit
An Garda Síochána
National Bureau of Criminal Investigation,
Harcourt Square,
Dublin 2.

Phone: 01666343

Fax: 01 6663316


Email: [email protected]

If in the Republic of Ireland and you have any concerns about a child you should report it to the Child & Family Agency please see website for contact details.

Any query or concern in relation to children out of hours should be reported immediately to An Garda Siochana

Web: TULSA | Child and Family Agency

National Counselling Service (Ireland)

There is a confidential counselling service is now available to adults who have experienced childhood sexual, physical or emotional abuse in an institutional, educational or family setting.

Phone: 1800 477 477

NI Health and Social Care Trusts

Each Trust will have a Gateway team to deal with reports of abuse and also more local contacts for on-going professional liaison for advice on concerns.

Phone: Northern HSC Trust | 0300 123 4333

Phone: South Eastern HSC Trust | 0300 100 0300

Phone: Southern HSC Trust | 0800 783 7745

Phone: Belfast HSC Trust | +4428 9050 7000

Phone: Western HSC Trust | +4428 7131 4090

NI Regional Emergency Social Work Service

Available 5:00PM-9:00AM Monday to Thursday and 5:00PM on Friday to 9:00AM Monday. There is also 24 hour cover over public holidays.

Phone: +4428 9504 9999

Internet Safety

To report or get advice on concerns of sexual exploitation or abuse

The Office for Internet Safety
Department of Justice and Equality
51 St. Stephen's Green
Dublin 2

Phone: 01 602 8258


Email: [email protected]

Information on Internet Use and Reporting Concerns or illegal Content


Online collection of internet safety resources


Link to report illegal content


Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

Link to report illegal content or concerns


The UK Safer Internet


The UK Safer Internet Centre operates:

A Hotline

IWF Hotline for the public to report inadvertent exposure to child sexual abuse content


And a Helpline

Helpline providing esafety advice for professionals working with young people in the UK


Safer Internet Programme: Empowering and Protecting Children Online