If the violation happened in a server, you can also reach out to the server’s moderators, who may be able to respond immediately and help resolve your concerns. In addition, please remember that you always have the ability to block any users that you don’t want to interact with anymore.
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.
If a credible threat of violence has been made and you or someone else are in immediate danger, or if someone is considering self-harm and is in immediate danger, please contact your local law enforcement agency.
Additionally, if you are in the United States, you can contact Crisis Text Line to speak with a volunteer crisis counselor to help you or a friend through any mental health crisis by texting DISCORD to 741741. You can learn more about Discord’s partnership with Crisis Text line here.
You can find more resources about mental health here.
4. Select the type of abuse you're seeing
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. We may not review your report manually or respond to you directly, but we’ll use your report to improve Discord.
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.