The National Center for Missing & Exploited
Children (NCMEC) is committed to helping all
audiences — from kids to parents and guardians to
law-enforcement officers and educators — learn the
aspects of Internet safety. You can’t watch kids
every minute, but you can use strategies to help
them benefit from the Internet and avoid its risks.
NCMEC urges you to do one of the single most
important things to promote safety — talk to kids
about the rewards and risks of Internet use.
View this publication online to find out more
information on keeping kids safer on the internet.
This very informative publication covers topics
including Where kids connect, Browsing the internet,
Using email, Instant Messaging, Social Networking,
Cell Phones and texting, posting videos and
photographs online, gaming, ways to enhance
kids online safety skills, online resources for
families, tips for parents and guardians, and much
more! Also, please check out the below links for further
information on Internet Safety.
Has your child ever been sent inappropriate material
by someone he or she met online? Has your child ever
inadvertently encountered inappropriate material? These
are all types of child sexual exploitation. Make a report
at CyberTipline.com or by calling 1.800.843.5678 if you
have information that will help in our fight against
child sexual exploitation.