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SupportLine is particularly aimed at those who are isolated, at risk, vulnerable and victims of any form of abuse.

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Problems

SupportLine is particularly aimed at those who are isolated, at risk, vulnerable and victims of any form of abuse.

Visit our problem page

Problems

SupportLine is particularly aimed at those who are isolated, at risk, vulnerable and victims of any form of abuse.

Visit our problem page

Problems

SupportLine is particularly aimed at those who are isolated, at risk, vulnerable and victims of any form of abuse.

Visit our problem page

Problems

Internet Safety

The websites listed below give useful advice and information for children, young people and adults on internet safety.

www.childnet.com
Advice on staying safe in chatrooms.

www.childalert.co.uk 
All aspects of child safety on wide range of topics including internet and mobile phone safety.

www.digital-trust.org
Advice regarding online bullying, harassment, cyberstalking and safety tips.

www.getsafeonline.org
Set up by the Government and the National Hi Tech Crime Unit and private business.  Aimed at both complete beginners and the more experience internet user.  Advice on anti-virus, backup, privacy, how to shop and bank safely, online auction safety etc.

www.fraudwatchinternational.com
Advice on internet safety, protecting your computer, latest scams and frauds.

www.gridclub.com
Safe online learning club for young people.

www.iwf.org.uk
Internet Watch Foundation – report illegal content online of child abuse images, criminally abusive content and criminally racist content hosted in the UK.

www.kidsmart.org.uk
Practical internet safety programme. Information for schools, young people, parents, agencies.

www.net-aware.org.uk
Stay up-to-date and keep your child safe in today's digital world. Help for parents to explore and understand online life as kids know it. Includes reviews of social networks and apps that children use.

www.safekids.co.uk
Lots of useful information for parents on how to keep children safe on internet.

www.safekids.com
Information on keeping children safe on the internet.

www.thinkuknow.co.uk
Online interactive site giving internet safety information for children and parents.

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