"If you have information
about the commercial sexual exploitation of a child in the U.S.
or abroad, notify U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement at 1-866-DHS-2ICE
or contact your local FBI field office,
or report at www.cybertipline.org."
SeeMore’s Safety Browser™
(Quote, "..a proprietary web browser designed to provide a safe,
educational and fun online experience for pre-school children..a simple interface to access safe,
Internet browser search filter and search engine results advisors
Browse with a Search Filter
"Choices & Consequences" involving
diversity, peer pressure, violence, substance abuse,
self-esteem and hate crimes..
for 10- to 15-year-olds as they make pivotal decisions during the transition
period from childhood to adolescence. (src: CourtTV)
Crabby's tips for Internet safety
[7Jul06 by Annik Stahl, the Crabby Office Lady columnist:
quote, "..resources you can use to ensure
that you have the tools you need to keep your kids safe." She addresses
family contracts, child safety online, predators, FAQs, online gambling,
hateful content, ages & stages, 10 things to teach, online safety video..]
Microsoft Office Assistant home page
Family Watch Dog:Find nearby sex offenders
near your location by
a list, map, moves, non-mappable offenders, by proximity to schools, their home, their work.
(also see, below: National sex offenders States' registries)
Hands On Scotland Toolkit: for parents & kids
Index of topics
HandsOnScotland is an online resource for anybody working with children and young people. The website provides practical information and techniques on how to respond helpfully to children and young people's troubling behaviour, build up their self-esteem and promote their positive mental wellbeing.
The website contains 48 topics within 14 sections that cover a wide range of mental health issues ranging from abuse to sleeping difficulties. There are also 25 sets of videos from specialists giving tips and advice.
(video) Lab with Leo Laporte:
Constable Dave Howard of the RCMP talks about Internet Child Safety (8m55s)
(Episode 22, Constable Dave Howard of the RCMP talks about Internet Child Safety;
general introduction to the dangers that the Internet poses to children
and a few common sense tips to parents on what they can do to minimize the risks.)
Internet Safety Resources
Jeff the Musician (6m3s)
(Quote, "Here at Internet 101, our motto is “police and partners
...working together to web-proof our communities”. Sources include:
the RCMP [Royal Canadian Mounted Police], Gatineau Police, Sûreté du Québec (SQ) and MRC des Collines Police in the National Capital Region,
Ottawa Police Service, the Ontario Provincial Police, and the Department of National Defence's Military Police ,
Mounted Police Foundation and local businesses.)
Safe Surfing, Internet Browsing Lessons, Acceptable Use Polices:
(source: wiredsafety.org, also see, above: ECPAT, Wired Safety)
" WiredSafety provides help, information and education
to Internet and mobile device users of all ages.
We help victims of cyberabuse ranging from online fraud,
cyberstalking and child safety, to hacking and malicious code attacks.
We also help parents with issues, such as MySpace and cyberbullying."
Teaching the Net, Citing Sources, Evaluating Web Sites:
Cyber Safe Kids:
The Top Sites for Teaching Internet Safety to Kids
(free, standards-aligned curriculum for teachers, introduce safe, responsible,
effective computer & internet use in the classroom + links to complementing offline activities,
tied to National Educational Technology Standards. Grades K-8.)
[Grade Level: Early Childhood (K-2), Elementary, Middle
Content Area: Community Interest (Leisure), Education
(Curriculum) [Dewey #375].
Application type: Other Resources] (src: PacBell's BlueWeb'n)
If you use or know about any (free access, 'kid safe', or juried) web site(s)
that can help others to teach, study, or to simply explore online learning
and send the
web address/URL. (Especially, if useful to Students, Parents, Teachers &/or
Administrators, Grants, in the Classroom, Home/Dormitory, as a Library
Supplement, Study Reference; for Pre-School, K-3, Middle School,
High School, Pre-College, College, Graduate, Doctorate,
Vocational, Senior Citizens; or in areas of Special Education,
Braille, Occupational, Career Development, Work & Job Skills)
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by: Robert Harrold
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