Online Safety

As part of its commitment to working in partnership to protect children, Hampshire Constabulary are delighted to be working with the NSPCC to offer support to parents with online safety. We are delighted to announce that they will be visiting the Isle of Wight to deliver a free e-safety workshop for parents and carers of

The UK Safer Internet Centre has announced Safer Internet Day:  How to get involved today: Take a look at our brand new research Take the Safer Internet Day Quiz Read our Safer Internet Day tips for 3-7s, 7-11s, 11-18s and parents/carers. Watch our SID TV films and download the Education Packs Join the #SaferInternetDay2019 social media campaign Make the internet a more positive place and share your #OurInternetOurChoice

April Requard uncovers ten apps that police believe should be “off-limits” to children. Below is a run-down of the ten apps. Omegle Omegle is a free online chat room that lets users talk anonymously to complete strangers. Omegle, which was launched in 2009, randomly pairs users in one-on-one chat sessions where they can chat to people

The LSCB is running three 2 hour information sessions through 2018/19 which will enlighten both parents and professionals on: What children and young people are using the internet for The technology they are using Managing the risks Taking positive action The session is not hi-tech but contains practical content and advice for PARENTS and professionals