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Parents & Guardians

As parents or guardians, we know the importance of keeping our children safe. It is extremely vital for parents to know what to do, not only to educate our children on internet safety, but to also know what to do if our children find themselves in harmful situations.

NCMEC has many great resources for families, schools, and communities to assist in educating children and helping families have the tough conversations surrounding online safety. 

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The CyberTipline is the place to report child sexual exploitation.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 911 or your local police immediately. 

Take it Down is a resource created by NCMEC to assist in the removal of online nude, partially nude, or sexually explicit photos and videos taken before the age of 18. 

NetSmartz is NCMEC's online safety education program. It provides free resources, age appropriate videos and activities for school aged youth. NCMEC keeps these resources up to date 

KidSmartz is NCMEC's child safety program that educates families and youth about preventing abduction and empowers K-5 kids to practice safer behavior.

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StopNCII.org is operated by the Revenge Porn Helpline, which is part of SWGfl, an international charity that believes that everyone should benefit from technology, free from harm.

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