Let’s Talk About Prevention Resources – Online Exploitation


Thank you for viewing the LET’S TALK ABOUT PREVENTION online learning session: Emerging Trends in Child Sexual Exploitation: Protecting Children Online featuring Susan Kennedy, Ed.M. Below, you will find additional resources you may find helpful:

Session Resources

COVID-19 and Missing & Exploited Children

NEW Tip sheet about online safety in a “safer at home” environment: https://www.missingkids.org/content/dam/netsmartz/downloadable/tipsheets/Internet-Safety-at-Home-EN-ES.pdf

Free online training Teaching Online Safety with an overview of types of victimization and how to talk to children about them

Internet Safety Resources

Assistance Removing Exploitive Imagery Online

Report child sexual exploitation online: www.cybertipline.org or call 1-800-THE-LOST

To report a missing child (including a child who has run away): 1-800-THE-LOST

Support for victims and families involved in missing and exploited children’s cases: https://www.missingkids.org/ourwork/support, or call 1-800-THE-LOST (Family Advocacy Division)

Contact NCMEC:

Email: outreach@ncmec.org.

Facebook: @missingkids

Instagram: @missingkids

Twitter: @MissingKids


MBF Resources

Talking to Kids About Sensitive Topics

Maintaining Digital Safety During COVID-19

MBF FREE Online Trainings and Resources

MBF Prevention Education Programs Overview

Funding Assistance Guide

Safety Brief: Partnering with Schools

Additional resources can be found at https://mbfpreventioneducation.org/resources/.







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