If you are suffering from any of the topics mentioned, you can find help and guidance from the websites below.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) is an agency that is fighting to help protect children from harm while on and off the internet. CEOP works in the UK and overseas to identify and remove threats to children.

The Internet Watch Foundation can be used to report child abuse images as well as obscene and racist images. They have a hotline and website where they can be contacted at anytime. If you find any inappropriate images online, you can report it and the Internet watch foundation can have the image removed.

Think You Know is a service that provides information and advice on how to use the internet and the latest technology safely and securely. You can find out about the latest trends and how to use them without being targeted by online threats. There is also a reporting tool that can be used if you feel uncomfortable or worried about someone you are talking to online.

ChildLine is a free helpline for children and young people. You can contact ChildLine about any problem you may be having, no problem is too small. ChildLine are there for you whether you need advice or just want someone to talk to, and they won't tell anyone about your chat too so you can feel confident about talking to them.

The virtual Global Taskforce is made up of law enforcement agencies from around the world who work together to fight against online child abuse. They aim to build an even more effective, international law enforcement agency.

Get Safe Online is a reliable website for the latest information about online safety. Find information about how to stay safe from viruses and how to protect yourself from criminals on the internet.

Internet Watch Foundation
Think you know



Virtual global taskforce

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