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Report electoral fraud to the police

Electoral fraud is when someone tries to cheat in an election. This includes:

  • bribing someone to vote your way
  • pretending to be someone else to use their vote
  • a candidate not declaring expenses properly

If you have evidence of electoral fraud, you can report it to the police online.

We'll ask you for:

  • your details
  • details of the person or organisation you are making an allegation about
  • information about your allegation

We'll also ask you whether:

  • you have any communication needs (like a translator)
  • this relates to a previous allegation
  • you have any documents to support your allegation
  • you want us to keep your report confidential
  • you have any other concerns (like intimidation or threats that have been made)

Don't worry if you don't have all this information. Just tell us as much as you can.

If you don't want to tell the police, you can contact Crimestoppers confidentially and anonymously.

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