The first e-police station
where all in-game
complaints become
police reports
in the real world.

In-game sexism affects real people’s lives .
Everyone knows a female gamer who’s been harassed. But you hardly ever hear of a gamer who’s been punished for harassment. It’s already in the law: online harassment is a crime.

What we need to do is stop the impunity. And the first step is making it easier to file a report.
"49% of women have
been harassed while
playing video games"
"35% have been
threatened with physical
violence while gaming"
"10% of victims have suicidal thoughts after sexist in-game attacks"
"59% of women feel
obligated to hide
their identity"

virtual harassment
has real consequences.

e-Police Station
In this in-game police station, created by Wonder Women Tech, female players can report violence without even having to click out of the game. And their complaints become police reports at a women’s police station (in real life).

How Does it Work?

  1. In-game report A player who is harassed or attacked can go to the e-Police Station and activate the interactive platform to file her report.
  2. Collecting evidence Players should, if possible, capture as much evidence of the incident as possible. Screen recordings or captures, and/or witnesses.
  3. Official police report Without leaving the game, the victim can access her local Women’s Police Station platform (in the real world), where she can file an official complaint.
  4. Women’s Police Station (in the real world) The in-game report is registered as a complaint at the local Women’s Police Station. Just like reports filed in person.
Women Tech.
Empower. Ignite.
Wonder Women Tech is a global ecosystem dedicated to creating a new paradigm in a world that is filled with closed doors, discrimination, systemic racism, exclusion, and lack of access.

They promote opportunities and real Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) initiatives that truly impact women, BIPOC, and underserved communities.

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The e-Police Station began with Wonder Women Tech.
But we don’t want to keep it to ourselves. Far from it. We want it to be available to everyone. That’s why we’re making the source code available. Programmers and civil servants can use it to set up their own e-Police Stations, and help more and more women in the process.
E-Police Station
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