CEOP Report

What is Thinkuknow?

Thinkuknow is an education initiative by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre - the UK's national law enforcement agency that focuses on tackling the sexual abuse of children.

If you do have any thoughts on how we can improve this site please get in touch and let us know. Email us at education@ceop.gov.uk

Further Support

Internet Watch Foundation

The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) is the 'hotline' for the public to report potentially illegal content online. More specifically they deal with child sexual abuse content hosted worldwide, and criminally obscene content hosted in the UK.

For further information or to report illegal online content please visit:

NSPCC

The NSPCC was established in 1884 with the aim of protecting children from cruelty, providing vulnerable families with support, raising awareness about abuse and campaigning for changes in the law.

The NSPCC offers advice to parents and carers on protecting children at home; resources and advice for teachers; and support for vulnerable children, including Childline.

Childline

ChildLine is a service provided by the NSPCC, operated by trained volunteer counsellors. It is the UK's free, 24-hour helpline for children in distress or danger.

Children can call the helpline for support:

  • 0800 11 11

There4me

Another support service provided by the NSPCC is There 4 Me. Using this website, children can talk confidentially to NSPCC advisors online about any issues or problems they may be experiencing, using an application similar to Instant Messenger (IM).

Samaritans

Adults can speak to the Samaritans - the Samaritans provide confidential, emotional support for people who are in emotional distress. If you are worried and want to talk to someone you can contact the Samaritans by phone or email.