Resources for Educators, Law Enforcement Officers and Parents
Child Safety Network
The Child Safety Network provides numerous resources on Internet safety. Parents and educators can sign up to receive an electronic monthly newsletter and safety alerts.
This web site, provided by the Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use, contains resources promoting safe and responsible Internet use.
Enough is Enough: Making the Internet Safer for Children and Families
Enough Is Enough (EIE) is dedicated to protecting children and families from the Internet dangers of pornography and sexual predators.
A Parent’s Guide to Internet Safety is an online, downloadable publication provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
GetNetWise is a public service brought to you by a wide range of Internet industry corporations and public interest organizations. The GetNetWise coalition wants Internet users to be only "one click away" from the resources they need to make informed decisions about their family's use of the Internet.
i-SAFE, Inc. is a nonprofit foundation with the mission of educating and empowering youth to safely and responsibly take control of their Internet experiences.
National Crime Prevention Council
In addition to a public service advertising campaign symbolized by McGruff, the Crime Dog, the National Crime Prevention Council offers training, publications and technical assistance to schools and community organizations.
Net Family News
A nonprofit public service agency, NetFamilyNews provides a forum for parents. Named one of USA Today’s Hot Sites, the web site offers resources, including a weekly newsletter, and links to numerous related sites.
The NetSmartz web site has an interactive workshop that uses age appropriate, 3-D activities to teach children how to stay safe on the Internet. Sponsored by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, the site also offers resources for children, parents, educators and law enforcement personnel.
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
A nonprofit advocacy organization, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse provides practical tips to help people protect their privacy online.
The benefits of internet access for children are innumerable. The connectivity it offers is unparalleled - enabling children and teens to build and maintain social relationships, explore their interests, and even attend school remotely. This convenience does come at a cost, however.
The good news is that parents and guardians can mitigate these risks if they are aware of them. There are a number of risks you and your children may face while online that you and your children should be aware of and avoid. Our guide covers safety, cyberbullying, and so much more.
The Wiredsafety site provides safety information for parents and children, as well as resources and online support to help parents keep their kids safe online.