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East Midlands Specialist College Group
E-Safety Project
E-Safety Links For Parents And Carers
Name of Organisation
About Us Section
Contact Us Section
JISC Regional Support Centre
Guidance and links to further support for
vulnerable Learners
Web link
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E-Safety Links for Parents and Carers
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UK Safer Internet Centre
Advice for users and parents and resources for
discussion and teaching.
UK Safer internet http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-andresources
ChildLine
ChildLine helps children that have problems
including cyber-bullying and families.
Telephone: 0800 1111
Email: (Click on Hyperlink for more information on email).
Other information is on the Talk To Us Section on the website.
Website: ChildLine
Internet Safety Zone
Cyberspace Research Unit (CRU)
As created by University of Central Lancashire to
help children with disabilities to keep them safe on
the Internet.
Telephone: 01772 201201 and ask for Dr Jo Bryce.
As also created from the University of Central
Lancashire in the Psychology Department to help
children on keeping the Internet safe.
Telephone: 01772 201201 and ask for Dr Jo Bryce.
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Website: Disability | Internet Safety Zone
Website: Cyberspace Research Unit - University of Central
Lancashire
E-Safety Links for Parents and Carers
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Child Exploitation and Online Protection
Centre(CEOP)
CEOP is a national Internet Safety organisation is
dedicated to protect children on the Internet and
tackle criminals.
Telephone: 0870 000 3344
For contacting via email, submit a contact form.
Website: Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre internet safety - CEOP
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Virtual Global Taskforce
Partnership with CEOP but helps children from
international countries on the Internet.
Contact via email on [email protected]
Website: Virtual Global Taskforce
Safe Network
As part of the Government Safe Staying Plan, Safe
Network helps children to stay safe on the
Internet.
Telephone: 0116 234 7217
Other information is also on the website to contact.
Website: The Safe Network | Safeguarding children and young
people
KidSMART
A fun website to help kids on being safe on the
Internet.
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Tel: +44 (0)20 7639 6967
Fax: +44 (0)20 7639 7027
Email: [email protected]
Website: Kidsmart: Welcome
E-Safety Links for Parents and Carers
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Internet Safety Direct Gov
To help children on safety with the Internet, Direct
Gov has got 3 headings as the Click Clever, Click
Safe code.
Contact ChildLine (telephone mentioned on ChildLine Section).
BBC’s section on a guide for parents to help them
protect their children on the Internet.
Contact BBC.
BBC WebWise
Website: Internet safety : Directgov - Parents
Website: BBC - WebWise - a beginner's guide to using the
internet
Vodafone Parents’ Guide
Vodafone has set up a section for helping parents
to keep children safe on the Internet.
Send an email via website.
Website: Internet Safety for Kids | Vodafone Parents' Guide
Know The Net
Know The Net is an educational website to help
people including children protect on the Internet.
There are multiple contacts in the useful contacts section.
Website: Internet Safety, Privacy & Law - eSafety Tips and
Advice | Knowthenet
FBI
The FBI is America’s top agency to help people
protect e.g. from the Internet.
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Website: FBI — Parent Guide to Internet Safety
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E-Safety Links for Parents and Carers
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The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
(NCMEC)
NCMEC is a private, non-profit organisation that
serves to help children who were missing or
sexually abused.
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Helps Children from around Europe on the
Internet.
Telephone-020 7639 6967
Childnet International
Website: National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
[email protected]
Website: Childnet International
UK Safer Internet Centre
It is partnered with 3 different Organisations and
they are: Childnet International, the South West
Grid for Learning and the Internet Watch
Foundation.
Telephone: 0844 381 4772
Email: [email protected]
Website: Home - UK Safer Internet Centre
The South West Grid for Learning
Partners with UK Safer Internet Centre and
provides maintained for schools and educational
establishments in South West England.
SWGfL Head Office Telephone: 0845 601 3203
Email: [email protected]
SWGfL Helpdesk Telephone: 0845 307 7870
Email: [email protected]
Website: South West Grid for Learning Trust - Home
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The Internet Watch Foundation
Established in 1996 to protect children from
predators.
Follow instructions on the contact us section of the website.
Website: Report child sexual abuse content to the Internet
Watch Foundation (IWF)
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