Online Safety Information for Parents
If you are worried about online abuse or the way someone is communicating online, you can contact CEOP's Child Protection Advisors directly by clicking the link below:
Provides advice on apps and specific online activities like live streaming.
Access to other resources such as positive body image.
Some paid for subscription services.
Advice aimed at educators and parents alike.
Age specific sections help to gain advice to suit the child and any issues that may be arising.
Advice is backed up by survey results to aid understanding of the wider issue.
App guides for the latest apps and privacy settings on social media.
Aimed at parents and educators with some resources for children.
Informative blog, which keeps up to date on latest advice, signposting users to advice on specific subjects.
Fun activity resources from Safer Internet Day.
Providing support and advice for educators and parents to use with children.
Wide range of topics covered with well-designed, specific area resources.
Digiduck resources great for starting conversations with young children.
Provides resource covering a range of online safety topics in age appropriate manners.
Thinking for Adults
CEOP is a part of the National Crime Agency and is dedicated to tackling the sexual abuse and exploitation of children and young people. CEOP helps children and young people under the age of 18 who have been forced or manipulated into taking part, or are being pressured to take part, in sexual activity both online and offline. The CEOP Safety Centre offers information and advice for children and young people, parents and carers and professionals.
You can visit the CEOP Safety Centre and make a report directly to CEOP by clicking the Click CEOP button.
The NSPCC provide therapeutic services to help children move on from abuse, as well as supporting parents and families in caring for their children. We help professionals make the best decisions for children and young people, and support communities to help prevent abuse from happening in the first place. You can contact the NSPCC helpline on 0808 800 5000.
For Whistleblowing purposes around adults, if you do not feel that the ODBST team has taken your concerns onboard, or you do not feel able to raise them with us, then you can contact NSPCC directly on 0808 800 5000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Childline is a free, private and confidential service where you can talk about anything. Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, we’re here for you online, on the phone, anytime by calling 0800 1111 or click on the Childline button.
App guides for a range of the latest apps.
Monitoring of trends and advice through blog posts.
An American based website but clearly displays positives and negatives.
Age guidance on movies and apps.