Using the Internet Safely
by West Yorkshire Police
This video is aimed at children from mid primary school age to lower end secondary school.
If showing this video to children please tell them that if they have made a mistake, let a trusted adult know and they won’t get into trouble.
Kids educating kids
By West Yorkshire Police
This video was shared with 750 primary schools across West Yorkshire on Safer Internet Day (9th February 2021)
The Dark Web
by David Tidman for WSCP SGW 2020
Understand terminologies and take away some of the mysteries to help those working with young people understand about how it all works. Identify some of the associated risks.
Summary of Pixels from a Crimescene
A summary of a podcast on the topic of Child Sexual Abuse Material.
from the work of the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)
Responding to Online Challenges - UK Safer Internet CentreShow detailsOnline challenges and scares are becoming more frequent. It's important for professionals and parents to know what to do when they arise in order to deescalate them.
Online Safety Live EventsShow detailsOnline Safety Live is a programme of FREE e-safety events designed exclusively for professionals working with children and young people.
Interactive 4-7s website featuring Jessie & FriendsShow detailsThe website is based on the three-episode Jessie & Friends animated series, which aims to equip 4-7 year olds with the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to stay safer online.
It is intended to be used by 4-7 year olds alongside their parents and carers, or within education settings as a learning tool.
Click here to access the website
The Dark Web Professionals Fact SheetShow detailsThe National Crime Agency, The Marie Collins Foundation and The Children's Society have created a leaflet explaining the Dark Web in more detail.
To read the fact sheet, please click here.