Staying Safe Online
If you want to find out more about the internet, look at the Think U Know website or click on your age below:
How can I get help?
If you are in danger call the Police on 999. To speak to someone in Slough Children's Trust Services that can help you, call First Contact on 01753 690450.
Talk to someone you trust, like a teacher, parent, youth worker, doctor. If you would like to talk to someone that you don't know, call ChildLine on 0800 1111.
CEOP is here to help keep you and other children and young people safe online. CEOP stands for Child Exploitation and Online Protection . CEOP can help and give you advice if something has happened online which has made you feel unsafe, scared or worried. This might be from someone you know in real life, or someone you have only ever met online.
Here are some of the things children and young people have reported:
Someone online has asked me to send them nude images
I shared a nude image with someone online and they are threatening me
I did something that I was embarassed about on webcam and someone has turned nasty towards me
Someone I don't know is asking me to live-stream and do things I don't want to do
Someone online kept asking me to meet them face-to-face and I feel pressured by them
Someone online was talking to me about sex and it made me feel uncomfortable
Someone online is putting pressure on me to do things I don't want to do
Someone I met in an online game keeps trying to talk to me privately
What will happen next?
Your report will be read by a Child Protection Advisor at CEOP. These are specialist workers who have helped thousands of children.
They will immediately start thinking about how they will help you. A Child Protection Advisor will contact you by phone or email as soon as they can and will work with you to make a plan to keep you safe.
Here are some other websites that can give you ideas on how to keep safe online: