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Internet Safety Resources for Parents, Educators and Children

It is an amazing time for our digitally connected youth.  The Internet and a variety of digital devices can bring the world, with all its’ good, and not so good, right into the hands of our kids and teens.

Technology provides wonderful opportunities to learn, share and contribute.  These opportunities also bring challenges to parents and their families.  The information provided on this website comes directly from those who work to protect children across this country everyday.

As noted by the Crimes Against Children Research Center (2006), "The Internet holds tremendous potential for our nation's youth, however, the misuse of the Internet to prey on them is a serious problem requiring action by legislators, families, communities, and law enforcement”.

We are concerned about inappropriate content, harassment and threats, theft of personal information and those who prey and attempt to lure children.  Information in the hands of involved parents is the greatest way to combat these threats and protect kids and teens.


​Featured Blogger - Joe Laramie

Claire Rowe, 12, is a 7th grader at Ladue Middle School (LMS). She is a member of the Character Council, a student leadership group which works to make the school bully-free. Claire is also a member of National Junior Honor Society, and she is the current Miss Pre-Teen Midwest for International Junior Miss and National Supreme Royalty for Young American Miss International.  Both pageant systems emphasize community service and positive role modeling.
Twitter: @clairerowe18


Featured Video

Parents at Google (Eric Schmidt, Vic Gundotra, Jacquelline Fuller, Alan Eustace and Jeff Huber) from Mountain View, California talking about their approach to helping keep their children safe online. For more tips and advice visit

​Report Suspicious Activity

As we launch this online forum, we are excited about the opportunities ahead and look forward to providing you more advice and tips on technology safety. Meanwhile, if you suspect someone is targeting your child, or exploiting any child through technology there is a place to turn for help immediately. Report your suspicions to your local police, your ICAC Task Force and the CyberTipline ( or 1-800-843-5678). For more information about the ICAC Task Force in your state or region, go to:

Online Safety Resources  

Helpful Links ​ ​General Resources
For Parents/Guardians:​ ​For Youth: ​For Parents/Guardians

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Do you have a resource you would like to submit? 

We will be highlighting videos that empower young people by addressing the issues that concern all of us. If you have a video you would like us to highlight or a general resource to share with other members of the community, email us at or call 877-798-7682.