Every child is vulnerable to online dangers. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's (NCMEC) unique perspective as the centralized reporting mechanism for suspected child exploitation offers important insights regarding the risks to children online and informs our prevention content. NCMEC data shows that children are often victims of online enticement, sextortion, and child sexual abuse imagery. Join us for a discussion that will cover not only the most recent Internet safety trends, but will showcase the variety of free resources NCMEC has to offer to help children and families recognize, address, and prevent online dangers. You will also hear from NCMEC about how you can become a NCMEC Community Education Partner to successfully deploy NetSmartz safety programming in your own community.
Identify risks children face online, including online enticement, sextortion, and cyberbullying.
Effectively utilize NCMEC’s NetSmartz resources to teach children safer behaviors online.
Understand how to participate in NCMEC’s Community Education Partner Program.