Online safety support

Online safety support

While we are all self-isolating and socially distancing due to Coronavirus, social media platforms, like Twitter, Snapchat and video calls, are a great way to stay in touch with friends and family, share your thoughts and ideas and connect with like-minded people.

Unfortunately, whilst rare, there are negative influencers and online groomers who use the internet, social media and online gaming to spread their extreme ideas, which children can be exposed to. Some of these ideas may be considered radical or extreme and when a person starts to support or be involved in them, this is called radicalisation.

The attached document (and link below) have been designed to provide information and support to parents and guardians regarding the threat from online radicalisation.

Please share our message with your own social circles via WhatsApp, Facebook messager or via text message.

Posted: Wed, 08 Apr 2020 10:28 by Website Team

Tags: Coronavirus (Covid-19), community support, crime, online safety