eCRIME affects adults and children alike.

This website is a directory, a portal, a partnership platform for those who supply solutions and a one-stop-shop for targets of eCrime

National Policing Lead for ACPO Communication Advisory Group Chief Constable Andy Trotter said:

“People may think they can remain anonymous when they are online, that they can hide, say and do things they wouldn’t dream of doing in real life without consequences or being found out; this is not the case.


“Reports of credible threats and communications made over social media that specifically target an individual and constitute harassment will be taken very seriously by the police and investigated.  Please call your local police force on 101 if you think you are being harassed or threatened online.”


eCRIME affects adults and children alike.

Helpline's across the UK receive daily calls and emails from distressed adults and children who are angry, upset, frightened and confused.  Often, these callers do not know what to do next, having received abusive postings or finding themselves, or a loved one, on the receiving end of an eCRIME hate campaign.


Despite this problem of epic proportion, there is a great deal you can do to protect yourself.


There is a lot of information on this site that will help you.

There is a lot of practical guidance out there, ironically, on the internet!

There are lots of helplines – who would be pleased to help you.


Charities and Voluntary support group

The National Bullying Helpline

0845 22 55 787


0800 1111


020 8896 3675

Bullying UK

0808 800 2222

The Samaritans

08457 90 90 90

Swindon’s Women’s Aid

01793 610610

Cruise Bereavement Care

0844 477 9400

If you would like to advertise your charity, voluntary support group  please contact us by telephoning:

07734 701221

or by writing to:


The Directors, eCRIME Campaign

PO Box 1276, Swindon, Wiltshire SN25 4UX


Businesses and Professional organisations

HR & Diversity Management Ltd

01793 338888

Taylor Fordyce Solicitors

01962 841041

Home Office Cyber Street Campaign

If you would like to advertise your charity, voluntary support group  please contact us by telephoning:

07734 701221

or by writing to:


The Directors, eCRIME Campaign

PO Box 1276, Swindon, Wiltshire SN25 4UX


0845 22 55 787


Whether you are an adult or child we will help you to get the support you need, when you need it.  We will help you cope with the initial trauma of an eCRIME attack.  We will help you identify coping strategies and we will even act on your behalf, and report serious cases, to the appropriate authorities.  We will also help you to work out what to do next in order to avoid future incidents.


If you are at risk of self harm, or harm from another person or persons, we will alert the emergency services and get help to you.

UK Leading Experts in Workplace Conflict Resolution

We are pleased to offer you a highly professional, comprehensive and specialist, range of  HR services.  We are specialists in our field of work  and we strive to eliminate anti-social behaviour in all corners of society, particularly the workplace.  Whether you are a the NHS, Public Sector, a small to medium (SME) employer with no in-house HR expertise and therefore requiring an out-sourced service or whether you are a larger organisation, (public or private sector), in need of specialist HR expertise from time to time, we can help you.   We also offer support to individuals in need of guidance through work related problems.  In every case we endeavour to identify a solution that is mutually amicable to both the employee and the employer.

01793 338888

On Friday 1st November 2013 a helpline caller alerted us to the fact that a friend of hers, aged 15 years, had posted three or four disturbing messages up on-line (Twitter) alleging that she was going to commit suicide.  The messages appeared to be genuine.

It seemed this young girl was being groomed to commit suicide.

We were able to see that the situation was not only serious,

it was potentially urgent and time critical.  We needed to act

quickly.. We alerted the Police who were immediately

able to trace the identity and whereabouts of the

vulnerable person. She received the help she needed

and she is now safe.

We want to thank the helpline caller who alerted us!

Note: At The National Bullying Helpline we work closely with the Police and Social Services and we will act if we believe an adult, or child, is at risk of self harm or harm from another person.


Contact Ms Amanda Stocks,

Exclusive Press & Publicity

T: 020 7484 8628