Reporting cyberbullying

Find out about the evidence you need to make a report, as well as how to report cyberbullying to social media services or the eSafety Commissioner, who can help you have hurtful online content taken down. Talk with your parents or someone you trust about doing this.

How to make a cyberbullying complaint

If you are under 18 you can make a complaint about cyberbullying or seriously threatening, intimidating, harassing or humiliating online behaviour.

Collect evidence

Find out how to collect evidence of cyberbullying so you can report it.

Make a complaint

Once you have collected relevant evidence and information, you can report cyberbullying to the eSafety Commissioner.

Report to the social media service

The eSafety Guide has reporting links for social media services, apps, games and websites.

FAQs about making a cyberbullying complaint

These frequently asked questions are designed to help you understand how to make a cyberbullying complaint.

How is my complaint handled?

Find out what happens to your complaint when you submit it to the eSafety Commissioner.