online safety

keeping children safe online

What happens if your child sees something they shouldn't online? CEOP offers advice for parents

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How to deal with roasting: the cyberbullying craze that can have a profound effect on its victims

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Practical advice for parents on bullying, cyberbullying, LGBTQ+ bullying and what to do if your child has been bullying someone else

Adopted children are more vulnerable to risks online, such as contact from birth families. What can parents do to help keep them safe? Read our advice from CEOP

Filters and parental controls won't keep your children safe online, but they are a useful first line of defence. Here's what parents need to know

Suspicious about someone your child is talking to online? Worried your child may be a victim of online secual abuse or exploitation? Read this advice from CEOP, the child protection command of the National Crime Agency to find out where and when to report