Online Safety

Mar 13, 2018, 2:51 PM

To mark Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Awareness Day this Sunday (18th March) the Essex, Southend and Thurrock Safeguarding Children Boards in partnership with Essex Police are re-launching the I Didn’t Know campaign, this year focusing on online safety awareness and youth produced sexual imagery

Messages will aim to:

Highlight the risks to children from online threats.

Provide tips to parents on what they can do to help keep their child safe online.

Provide advice to parents on what to do if they have concerns.

Support children to use their mobiles and other devices safely, responsibly and positively.

Provide advice to children on what to do if they are worried about something they have seen or been asked to do online.

Please go to the Essex Children's Safeguarding Board website and follow the link to the ' I Didn't know campaign' for parent advice and support.


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