This short film and accompanying fact sheet, created by the National Crime Agency in collaboration with the Children’s Society and the Marie Collins Foundation will help you understand what the Dark Web is, why young people might use it and how to have conversations about the Dark Web with young people if they are.
CEOP Talks Relationships
6 weeks of information and resources to help professionals support secondary aged young people in building healthy relationships and protect them against sexual abuse.Find out more
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The Dark Web Explained
Respecting me, you, us: building healthy relationships and creating positive cultures.
Eight lesson plans and five short situational films which aim to help 12-14 year olds develop a better understanding of healthy relationships, to better protect them from harm through child on child abuse, both on and offline.
New 4-7s website and guide for parents and carers
Featuring characters and messages from the CEOP Education Jessie & Friends resource, the new 4-7s website helps children to develop the skills and knowledge they need to stay safer when spending time online. Designed for children to visit with their parents, carers or other supervising adults, users complete ‘badges’ where they help the characters, Jessie, Tia and Mo, to identify when to ‘Tell a Grown Up’ (TAG) in different situations online.
Why CSA education isn't suitable for assemblies
We all have a duty to safeguard children, so delivering important messaging in assemblies may seem like a good way to reach all the children in your setting. However, not all education is suitable or safe to deliver in this way, particularly education to protect children from online sexual abuse. Find out more...
What is end-to-end encryption?
Read our blog on end-to-end encryption and how you can support the children and young people you work with to balance their privacy and safety.
A guide for police staff: how to support the delivery of effective education to protect children from online sexual abuse
Advice for police staff working within education settings to protect children from online sexual abuse.
Stay informed with legal, policy and research based guidance on how to support young people and help prevent online child sexual abuse.
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