Reporting and Getting Help
If a parent or child has any concern about e-safety, please approach either your child’s teacher, the school office, Mrs Browne (Executive Head and Designated Safeguarding Lead), Mrs McDonagh (Head of Infants) or Ms Brown (Head of Juniors).
CEOP is a place where you can report any inappropriate or potentially illegal activity with or towards a child online. This might be a conversation with someone online who you think may be an adult, and is treating a yourself/ a child in a way which makes you feel uncomfortable.
If you have a concern you should report to CEOP, the police unit responsible for online safety of children and young people. Yu can do so by clicking on the CEOP logo below.
What happens when you make a CEOP Report?
The Government has set up CEOP to take these reports and make sure that young people are safe online. CEOP is staffed by specialist police officers and investigators. Your report will go to straight to them. They understand how easy it is to be tricked online and your report will be believed. A police officer/specialist investigator will be then be in touch with you.