Step 1 - Data privacy
Step 2 - Personal details
Step 3 - Login details
As a user of Tusla’s web portal please confirm by ticking the box below that you consent to Tusla processing your personal and/or sensitive personal data in compliance with current applicable data protection legislation as per the
Tusla web portal data privacy statement
As a Tusla Portal user you have a responsibility to submit valid and truthful data. If is transpires that a report you
submit is false, malicious, vexatious or frivolous Tusla reserves the right to deny you access to the portal and may be required to make a complaint to An Garda Siochana under section 5 of the Protections For Persons Reporting Child
Abuse Act, 1998.
Select a County
Outside of the Republic of Ireland
Select your Profession Type
1. Registered medical practitioner within the meaning of section 2 of the Medical Practitioners Act 2007
2. Registered nurse or registered midwife within the meaning of section 2(1) of the Nurses and Midwives Act 2011
3. Physiotherapist registered in the register of members of that profession
4. Speech and language therapist registered in the register of members of that profession
5. Occupational therapist registered in the register of members of that profession
6. Registered dentist within the meaning of section 2 of the Dentists Act 1985
7. Psychologist who practises as such and who is eligible for registration in the register (if any) of members of that profession
8. Social care worker who practises as such and who is eligible for registration in accordance with Part 4 of the Health and Social Care Professionals Act 2005 in the register of that profession
9. Social worker who practises as such and who is eligible for registration in accordance with Part 4 of the Health and Social Care Professionals Act 2005 in the register (if any) of that profession
10. Emergency medical technician, paramedic and advanced paramedic registered with the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council under the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (Establishment) Order 2000 (S.I. No. 109 of 2000),
11. Probation officer within the meaning of section 1 of the Criminal Justice (Community Service) Act 1983
12. Teacher registered with the Teaching Council
13. Member of An Garda Síochána
14. Guardian ad litem appointed in accordance with section 26 of the Child Care Act 1991
15.(a) manager of domestic violence shelter
15.(b) manager of homeless provision or emergency accommodation facility
15.(c) manager of asylum seeker accommodation (direct provision) centre
15.(d) addiction counsellor employed by a body funded, wholly or partly, out of moneys provided by the Oireachtas
15.(e) psychotherapist or a person providing counselling who is registered with one of the voluntary professional bodies
15.(f) manager of a language school or other recreational school where children reside away from home
15.(g) member of the clergy (howsoever described) or pastoral care worker (howsoever described) of a church or other religious community
15.(h) director of any institution where a child is detained by an order of a court
15.(i) safeguarding officer, child protection officer or other person (howsoever described) who is employed for the purpose of performing the child welfare and protection function of religious, sporting, recreational, cultural, educational and other bodies and organisations offering services to children
15.(j) child care staff member employed in a pre-school service within the meaning of Part VIIA of the Child Care Act 1991
15.(k) person responsible for the care or management of a youth work service within the meaning of section 2 of the Youth Work Act 2001
16. Youth worker who (a) holds a professional qualification that is recognised by the National Qualifications Authority in youth work within the meaning of section 3 of the Youth Work Act 2001 or a related discipline, and (b) is employed in a youth work service within the meaning of section 2 of theYouth Work Act 2001
17. Foster carer registered with the Agency
18. A person carrying on a pre-school service within the meaning of Part VIIA of the Child Care Act 1991
19. Other type of reporter (not listed above), please state type in the organisation\profession box below
Back to login
Personal Access Code (PAC)
- During the registration process, Tusla request the user to create a Personal Access Code (PAC), which is required to verify the user accessing the portal.
- The Personal Access Code (PAC) must be six digits in length.
- The Personal Access Code (PAC) should always remain confidential.
- Never write your Personal Access Code (PAC) down anywhere or reveal it to anyone.
Step 4 - Login Security: Password
- Passwords must be a minimum of 8 characters.
- Contain at least 1 uppercase letter.
- Contain 1 lowercase letter.
- Contain 1 number.
- Contain one non-alphanumeric character.
Step 2 - Personal: Address
- Please be aware that this address will appear on your submitted report.