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Get in touch

If you wish to ask a question about the Inquiry or would like to find out more about sharing your experience, please contact us, or see our Victims and survivors page.  You can get in touch using any of the options below, but please don’t give details of any abuse at this stage.

We aim to respond to all calls, emails and letters within 15 working days, however, it may take longer to respond in busier periods.

If you are writing to us using the Freepost address you do not need to include a name or any other information, simply write the Freepost address as shown in the text above. 

We aim to respond to all calls, emails and letters within 15 working days. Please note that we cannot accept packages weighing more than 2kg at our PO Box. Please contact us first if you wish to send something heavier than this.

For other written correspondence not relating to the support of our investigations you can also write to us at: Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, PO Box 76107, London, SE1P 6HJ

Press and media enquiries

Social media

Please do not disclose  your experiences of child abuse, or report concerns that someone may be at risk of harm, on any of our social media platforms.

If you wish to share your experiences of child sexual abuse with the Inquiry, please see our Victims and survivors page. If you think someone may be at risk of harm, please see ‘How to report a concern’ on this page.

Our social media platforms are monitored from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Comments are reviewed on a daily basis. We do not allow offensive, abusive or defamatory comments or submissions. Comments or submissions that suggest or encourage illegal activity are prohibited. Any posts that don’t comply with these rules will be removed.

Receive regular Inquiry updates

The Inquiry’s Final Report will be published in 2022. Until then, we’re continuing our research and policy work, publishing investigation reports and engaging with victims and survivors of child sexual abuse through the Victims and Survivors Forum.

To stay informed about our work, sign up to receive regular email updates.

How to report a concern

If you are concerned that someone may be at risk of harm please report this to your local police force or to the relevant local authority. This will ensure that appropriate action can be taken to protect anyone at risk.

  • If you think someone is at immediate risk, call 999. 

  • If you think someone is at risk but it is not an emergency, call the police on 101 or contact social services via your local authority. For more information see

  • If you are worried about a child, the NSPCC can provide help and advice:
    Call NSPCC helpline – 0808 800 5000 

Please note that if you tell the Inquiry something that suggests someone might be at risk of significant harm, we may have to pass this information and your details to the police and social care without your agreement.

Your privacy

There are very limited circumstances where we tell anyone your name without your consent, for example if a child is currently at risk and we need to tell the police.