Whenever you find a hacker on the server, whether on java or bedrock, you have to take evidence of it and then put it on the report site. Seems simple, right? Well, not really. Imagine you're on a console on bedrock edition and all of a sudden you notice somebody fly hacking. You try to point out in chat that it's a hacker, and the chat stops you for whatever reason. So, you decide to report them. First, you start recording and try to get some footage, like half a minute of them clearly hacking. It might take a while to find some good proof though. Once you get your footage ready, you realised "oh wait. I'm on a console." So you go from playing on your console to go to your computer and wait through turning it on. You then get your Xbox Companion app, go through your captures, edit and trim it, then put it on Google Drive or any other place so people can access it. You copy the link and select it to make sure everyone may open it. Then, you google the correct link to report this player. You go there, then make sure you get the correct username, copy-paste the Drive link, and give out other additional information as well. You submit, hoping that after a couple of days the moderators will accept and ban that one player. That one single player. Then you turn off your PC, log on to your console, open up Minecraft and start playing on Mineplex, hoping that you won't stumble upon the exact same hacker. It's too complicated, isn't it? The fact you have to do all of these things just to report one person is very discouraging, and people don't want to go through the effort of reporting these things; therefore not banning any hackers, ruining the experience for vanilla players, and worsening the server itself. Why not just have a /report command? Many other servers already do this. The anti-cheat is clearly not enough to stop having so many hackers, and having a command like this will help out this problem so much more. That is all I have to say, I hope you understand. Feel free to cast your opinion on the poll above about what should be done.