Unreported is a safe space where YOU have control of your own information.
There are a multitude of reasons why a person might be reluctant to report to police. Unreported is a safe place where you can document information and collect evidence so it is there if and when you need it.
What can I document?
This is entirely your choice. You may choose to document incidents of abuse, including emotional, verbal, psychological, and financial. You can report incidents of physical abuse including assault, assault with a weapon, sexual assault and/or sexual harassment, and threats of violence. You can also document stalking or other forms of harassment. You can document as much or as little as you like.
Who has access to my files?
Only you have access to your files, unless you opt to provide an emergency contact who can access your records in the event of your death.
What types of evidence can I collect?
You can journal about incidents that occur, and you can also upload pictures, audio recordings, and videos. If you have hospital records or witness statements, you can scan them, or take photos of them, and upload those as well. You can take screenshots of text messages or other communications, and upload those with your entry. These are only a few examples of the many types of evidence you can collect.