|Information for parents to help keep their children safe online
Young people are being contacted in their own homes on online
platforms and apps and asked for sexual pictures and videos,
while their parents and carers believe they are safe.This is happening
now, and it can happen to anyone. But you can do something about it;
you can help prevent it happening to your child. If you’re asking yourself what and how, this guidance will help you.
The National Crime Agency's CEOP Education team aim to help protect children and young people from online child sexual abuse.
Our Online Safety At Home resource offer. Our home activity sheets include 15-minute
activities parents and carers can use with their child to support their online safety at home.
Our family activity sheets have a selection of short conversation starters, practical tips
and fun tasks to do as a family. They cover topics such as: cyber security, social media, online gaming, live streaming.
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It's never easy to know how to keep our children safe when they aren't with us,
and sometimes even when are, if we don't know what's happening in their lives
or on their devices! Who are they talking to, what are they doing, are they okay?
Don't despair though...scroll through this page for help or click a button to go straight to a particular topics.
We understand how hard it is if you’re worried your child may be at risk of radicalisation,
but we are here to listen and can help. By reaching out early for support and advice,
you can help protect your child before their extreme views become more of a danger to themselves or others.
The internet is a great place for kids to learn, play, create and connect, but technology is advancing quickly and parents may find it challenging to keep up.
At O2, we want everyone to safely enjoy the web, and so we've created resources to help parents regularly discuss online safety with their children. This empowers families to confidently explore the digital world.