Our Views

Views from Thinkuknow on recent developments, news stories and trends relating to children and young people online.

14 October 2021

#AskTheAwkward: Our latest resource to support parents and carers

A facilitators guide: helping parents and carers #AskTheAwkward is an NCA-CEOP resource that will support professionals to deliver workshops with parents and carers, to help them overcome some of the awkwardness that comes with discussing online relationships with their children. Read on for more information.

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7 September 2021

Autumn Term 2021: Changes to our training offer

Over the last year we asked you, our network, for feedback regarding our current training offer for professionals, and how we could best support you to keep children safer from online sexual abuse. Read on for more information about changes to our Autumn Term training offer.

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23 February 2021

What to do if you come across child sexual abuse material

Whilst the internet is largely a positive and useful space, you may come across harmful content online, such as child sexual abuse (CSA) material, and be unsure what to do. It is important to understand what steps to take and that we all have a duty to report CSA, to enable law enforcement and partners to tackle this crime and protect children.

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9 February 2021

Our Online Safety At Home resource offer

Over the past year, we have been developing resources to for professionals and parents and carers to use to help children and young people stay safer online while learning at home. Here's a summary of what's available for you to use.

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14 December 2020

How you can help children stay safer online over the winter break and beyond!

Here are 4 steps you can take to help children and young people stay safer online when using new tech over the winter break and beyond.

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11 November 2020

How to stay cyber secure: a short guide

Smartphones, laptops, and the services we access online are an essential part of our personal and professional lives. With this in mind, it’s important to be aware of the steps you can take to protect your devices and prevent unauthorised access or loss, as well as helping children and young people to do this too.

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