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Trigger Warning: The following content contains information on sexual and physical violence which some readers may find disturbing.
When you approach the police to make a complaint against child sexual abuse either by calling 100 or by going to the police station the following process will take place:
- They will make a written record of your complaint.
- If based on your report the police believe that the child needs immediate care and attention, they will shift the child to a hospital or a shelter home.
- Section 19(7), The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012.