Pirate Radio Report Form - Listeners - Interference caused by illegal broadcasters | Ofcom
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Pirate Radio Report Form - Listeners - Interference caused by illegal broadcasters | Ofcom

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Please note:

When you've completed the form you'll be emailed a reference number - please keep this somewhere safe if you need to contact us again.

This form is for Listeners of licensed radio stations to report interference caused by an illegal broadcaster (Pirate).

Pirate Radio Report Form - Broadcasters - Interference caused by illegal broadcasters

Pirate Radio Report Form - Any information relating to illegal broadcasters

Please provide us with accurate contact information. We will use the details you provide to update any contact information we already hold about you.

Your details

Your choice of radio station

What was the licensed radio station that you were trying to listening to?

Details of interference


You should receive an email confirmation with a reference number.

An Ofcom member of staff will contact you regarding this interference case..

Data protection

“We require this information in order to carry out our duties to protect and manage the radio spectrum under the Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006. Please see Ofcom’s General Privacy Statement www.ofcom.org.uk/about-ofcom/foi-dp/general-privacy-statement for further information about how Ofcom handles your personal information and your corresponding rights”.

We always aim to improve our services and ensure we have the most up-to-date information about people's concerns and views. Information you provide may be disclosed to a research agency who may contact you to ask for your views on what we do. Information you provide will be used by Ofcom to handle your complaint, provide you with information and to take appropriate action.

Please read the following carefully.

Terms and conditions

Ofcom can investigate the interference to your radio system under our commercial charging terms.

The terms are that if we find the problem is within your own radio system or from something which we consider to be under your or the user's control then we will charge for the investigation at £92.14 + VAT per man hour used.

If the source of the problem is external to the above there is no charge.

We also require the full name and address of your organisation for our records and the correct address for any billing that may result from the investigation if it is different.

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