Safety Pledge

A collaboration between the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) and the White House to safeguard children online.
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Take the Pledge

While we continue to develop our understanding of the impact of COVID-19 and social distancing on child safety, we already know that more time online means more direct access to children, including for those intending to harm them. From online enticement to sexting and sextortion, it is critical that we combine efforts to protect children from online risks.

Take the pledge, and do your part to help keep kids safer online.
I pledge to help safeguard children in my life online by
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Conversation Starters
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Internet Safety at Home
As adults and children alike have turned to digital tools for school, work, and socialization, online safety matters now more than ever. See top tips for staying “safer at home” while online!
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Using Into The Cloud at Home
NCMEC’s latest web series, “Into the Cloud,” is an easy-to-use tool for discussing and practicing safer online habits at home. Includes independent activities for children ages 5-10 years old.
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Your Photo Fate Discussion Guide
As children get older, tackling tough topics related to online safety can be challenging. Open the door to age-appropriate conversations with this helpful guide.
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