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Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE)

The Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE) provides a consistent, holistic and coordinated response to counter the online exploitation of children in Australia.

Vision: Children are free from exploitation
Mission: To drive a collaborative national response to counter the online exploitation of children

The Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation was announced by the Prime Minister on 25 March 2018, as a measure of the 2018-19 Commonwealth Budget.

The Centre brings together a world-leading approach, incorporating key stakeholders and partners, and driving a collective effort to counter the epidemic of child exploitation. It provides an integrated and collaborative capability to ensure cohesion by using the expertise of federal, state and territory, non-government agencies and private industry, and by allowing a cross-pollination of resources, knowledge and skillsets between stakeholders.

The ACCCE is built on four pillars (4Ps) to Prevent, Prepare, Pursue and Protect children against online exploitation.

You can report Online Child Sexual Exploitation via the Child Protection form available on the ACCCE site.

If is a child is in immediate danger, do not use this form, call 000 or your local police.