How do I report something I've seen that's unsuitable for children?

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If you spot something we have broadcast that you believe is inappropriate for children, then please contact our Customer Services team.

If you wish to report unsuitable content on our websites then please send us an email through our contact us page.

Alternatively, if you spot inappropriate material across other TV channels, media, games or films please visit the ParentPort website.


About ParentPort

ParentPort is a new website aimed at helping parents making their views heard on issues relating to inappropriate programmes, adverts, products and services.

Run by the UK's media regulators, who are responsible for setting and enforcing standards across media to protect children from unsuitable material, its aim is to make it easier to complain about material seen or heard across media, communications and retail industries.

The site provides advice on how to keep children safe online and  makes the complaints process simpler by directing parents to the right regulator for their specific area of concern.

ParentPort has been jointly developed by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), the Authority for Television on Demand (ATVOD), the BBC Trust, the British Bead of Film Classification (BBFC), the Office of Communications (Ofcom), the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) and the Video Standards Council (VSC) / Pan-European Game Infomation (PEGI).

If you want to find out more or make a complaint about something you think is inappropriate for children please visit the ParentPort website