Report Doping in Sport

UK Anti-Doping

UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) has 24 hour support to  help those concerned that doping may be taking place. All of their communication lines are confidential and so people can be confident that UKAD will protect those who are sources of information. 

Find out more by visitng the UKAD website

Make the Call: 0800 032 2332

Crimestoppers

Hosted by Crimestoppers, a dedicated team of trained operators are able to manage calls related to anti-doping. All information will be fed into the UK Anti-Doping Intelligence Unit and processed following the National Intelligence Model widely used by law enforcement. Callers can remain anonymous and can rest assured that any information they share will not only be treated in confidence but be researched and investigated. Information can also be passed on via the Crimestoppers website.

Find out more by visitng the Crimestoppers website

This new initiative is just one of many tools used by UK Anti-Doping for intelligence gathering. The line gives the sporting community a simple mechanism by which they can lodge any suspicions or evidence they may have, safe in the knowledge there is nothing to fear by doing so.

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