Helpful Links

Get Game Smart — Microsoft’s campaign to provide parents with tools and resources to manage their children’s gaming and entertainment experiences GetGameSmart.com

Information and strategies to avoid Phishing and Pharming scams www.antiphishing.org

Read family-friendly reviews of media and entertainmen thttp://www.commonsensemedia.org/

Report a cyber crime to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children www.cybertipline.com

Review the Federal Trade Commission’s tips for online safety www.ftc.gov

Locate your local Internet Crimes Against Children taskforce www.icactraining.org

PARENTS/TEACHERS

Kids on the Web: Computer Education Guide www.crucial.com.au

Computers for Kids! www.certstaff.com

Ideas for Teaching Computer Technology to Kids teachcomputers.wordpress.com

The Computer Kid: tips & hacks your kids may be using computerkid.blogspot.com

Teen chat and acronyms decoder – ‘teen speak’ translation made easy www.teenchatdecoder.com

Compare and obtain reviews on safety products for your computer such as filters www.getnetwise.org

Access a complete online dictionary of hundreds of regularly used email chat acronyms 
www.netlingo.com

Online safety tips and information about preventing and recognizing the symptoms online child sexual abuse www.ProtectKids.com and www.darkness2light.org

See if there are sexual offenders living in your neighborhood www.familywatchdog.us

Resources to help elementary age children learn about safety on the Internet www.ikeepsafe.org

Technology education and web activities for grandparents and adults ages 50 and over www.seniornet.org

Free child safety information pack at www.csn.org

National Cyber Security Alliance, provides free and non-technical cyber security and safety resources. www.staysafeonline.info

Lighting the way to protect children and families from the dangers of illegal Internet pornography and sexual predators www.enough.org

The National Children’s Advocacy Center (NCAC) provides training, prevention, intervention and treatment services to fight child abuse and neglect www.nationalcac.org

OBTAIN HELP AND SUPPORT TO LOCATE A MISSING CHILD

www.pollyklaas.com
www.fourthekids.org
www.childquest.org
www.childalert.org
www.missingkids.com
www.vca.org

PARENTS/KIDS

For Tips on do’s and don’ts, visit www.high-speed-internet-access-guide.com.

Imbee is a social networking site with safety in mind for kids ages 8-14. It is designed to offer kids a fun and dynamic user experience and parents easy-to use controls.www.imbee.com

MISCELLANEOUS

RADAR: My Mobile Watchdog – Parental Control for Cell Phones – Monitor your kid’s IM, text, email and calls and be alerted by email (directly to your cell phone) about any unauthorized contact with your child. www.mymobilewatchdog.com

Initiative guided by the leadership of Attorney General Gonzalez, Project Safe Childhood www.projectsafechildhood.gov

California Coalition for Children’s Internet Safety www.cybersafety.ca.gov

Just for kids: McGruff the Crime Dog’s Child Safety Center www.mcgruff.com

An informative site from the DOJ for kids, parents and teachers. Also includes do’s and don’ts for the Internet www.usdoj.gov/kidspage

Internet Crimes Against Children Arizona Taskforce www.azicac.net

Crafts, games and an index of safe websites for kids www.netmom.com

The Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use ~ Cyber Savvy Schools www.cyberbully.org/
*Special thanks to Mrs. Baranowski’s 7th Grade Technology Class for submitting this resource.

Text Messaging Harassment and other Cyberbullying Resources www.qwiktag.com/index.php/knowledge-base/155-cyberbullying-resources
*Special thanks to Mrs. Baranowski’s 7th Grade Technology Class for submitting this resource.

Make a Difference for Kids www.makeadifferenceforkids.org/
*Special thanks to Mrs. Baranowski’s 7th Grade Technology Class for submitting this resource.

An Internet Safety Guide for Parents and Children www.hostingreviews.com/an-internet-safety-guide-for-parents-and-children/
*Special thanks to Mrs. Baranowski’s 7th Grade Technology Class for submitting this resource.

Cyberbullying Research Center www.cyberbullying.us/resources.php
*Special thanks to Mrs. Baranowski’s 7th Grade Technology Class for submitting this resource.

Dealing with bullying www.direct.gov.uk/en/Parents/Yourchildshealthandsafety/WorriedAbout/DG_10015786
*Special thanks to Mrs. Baranowski’s 7th Grade Technology Class for submitting this resource.

Internet Safety – Marysville Public Library www.marysvillelib.org/content.php?pid=196859&search_terms=cyber+safety
*Special thanks to Mrs. Baranowski’s 7th Grade Technology Class for submitting this resource.