This article will explain how to submit a report to Discord's Safety team if you are a parent or guardian.
We recommend that you explore our Family Center, and check out our Safety Center, including our Parent Hub for more information.
In case of an emergency, you may wish to contact your local law enforcement.
If you have access to your teens Discord account, you can submit the report right in the app. Check out this article to learn more about how to submit an in app report.
You will need to provide a Message Link of the violating content.
To get the Message Link on iOS, hold down on the Message, then select “Copy Message Link.”
On Android, hold down on the Message, then select “Copy Message Link.”
On desktop, “right-click” on the Message, and select “Copy Message Link.”
Make sure the Message Link is formatted like this:
From a DM: https://discordapp.com/channels/@me/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
From a server: https://discordapp.com/channels/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Do not mislead Discord’s support teams. Do not make false or malicious reports to our Trust & Safety or other customer support teams, send multiple reports about the same issue, or ask a group of users to report the same content or issue. Repeated violations of this guideline may result in loss of access to our reporting functions.
What Happens After I Submit a Report?
When we become aware of content that violates our Community Guidelines or Terms of Service, our Safety team reviews and takes the necessary enforcement actions, including: disabling accounts, removing servers, and when appropriate, engaging with the proper authorities.
You can read more about the reports we receive and the actions we take on violations of our Community Guidelines or Terms of Service in our quarterly Transparency Report.