eSafety Website | Report Cyber Bullying

Julie Inman Grant

eSafety Commissioner Website

Julie Inman Grant (pictured) is Australia’s eSafety Commissioner and she is leading the world’s first government regulatory agency committed to keeping its citizens safer online.

Cyberbullying is when someone uses the internet to be mean to a child or young person so they feel bad or upset. The eSafety website allows anyone being cyber bullied to report it through a government website. If you are being cyber bullied or you know someone who may want to report it, simply use the website to file a complaint.

The eSafety Commission can investigate cyberbullying of children, adult cyber abuse, image-based abuse (sharing, or threatening to share, intimate images without the consent of the person shown) and illegal and restricted content.

What does the eSafety website do?

  • Helps Australians experiencing online bullying or abuse to take action or make a complaint.
  • Provides a wide range of online safety programs and resources.
  • Encourages organisations to put user safety and rights at the centre of the design, development and release of online products and services.
  • Provides a range of online safety webinars and face-to-face presentations free of charge.
  • Has a glossary of terms to help you understand online safety terms and concepts.


If you are in Australia and in immediate danger or at risk of harm call Triple Zero (000).

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For more information and all enquiries please visit the eSafety website

What:   eSafety website

When:    Anytime

Where:   Online

Who:   Everyone Australia-wide

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