Cyberbullying Campaign

#BeCyberSmart is the new campaign against cyberbullying and online harassment, led by West Mercia Police. It will launch on the 16th October.

All the information they’re distributing as part of the campaign meets the priorities of the new Children and Young People’s Plan for Worcestershire. It’s been developed with support from six national organisations, including the NSPCC, and counselling charity Kooth.


Advice for parents and guardians

The internet can be a valuable resource for children, allowing them to connect with friends and learn new things, but there are also risks when going online, and children can be particularly vulnerable.
Talking to your child is one of the best ways to keep them safe online.
By understanding the risks and keeping yourself up-to-date on the latest technology, websites and social networks you can help your child enjoy the internet safely and securely.
For further help and advice, please click on the links to our partners websites, where you will find additional help and support. West Mercia Police are proud to be working alongside a range of charities on this important subject. 

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