Where to find help

We are an educational and preventative charity. Please see this page below for links to all the different organisations that can give you immediate support or advice. Here are some of the organisations, agencies and charities we recommend. In an emergency, you should always call the Police on 999.

Options for urgent help

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Our partners at CEOP (the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command) are the online police and are part of the UK's National Crime Agency.

 

If you suspect a child has been exploited or abused online you can make a report on their website and a child protection officer will get back to you ASAP. 

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A brilliant service from NSPCC and IWF, Report Remove helps young people whose nude selfies have been shared online, and will work quickly to help get them taken down. 

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If you see any criminal sexual content online you can report it anonymously to the Internet Watch Foundation. 

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The Cyber Helpline provides provides a free, confidential helpline. They help victims understand, recover and learn from cyber attacks by linking them with cyber security technology & experts who provide relevant advice and guidance.

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Childline is a counselling service for anyone under 19 in the UK. It can help with any issue, any time of day or night. Call 0800111111 or click the link 

More information on internet safety issues and how to solve them

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This is the educational branch of CEOP and has dedicated portions of its website for young people of different ages, plus games, videos, animations and more to help young people (and parents) understand all the issues around online safety. 

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UK Safer Internet Centre promotes the safe and responsible use of technology for young people. 

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Internet Matters is a well-resourced organisation helping parents keep their children safe online. Find information on everything from setting controls on consoles to issues around cyberbullying.

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A site reviewing video games and films – with input from parents and young people. Read between the lines to decide if a particular game or film is right for your child. 

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NSPCC is a large charity fighting to stop child abuse on and offline. They have a helpline available for adults on 0808 800 5000 

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This fantastic resource reviews and explains video games for parents and suggests alteratives too from its vast database. Includes little known and unusual games, including those that help with literacy, numeracy and more.