Internet Matters: www.internetmatters.org
Internet Matters was set up by Sky, BT, TalkTalk and Virgin media as an online portal that helps parents protect their children from the dangers of using the internet. They provide useful information for parents about the key issues they have online, including cyberbullying, parental controls, sexting, inappropriate content and online grooming. They also aim to help educate kids and parents about the dangers that kids face when on the internet.
Recently they helped create Digiduck a mobile app which teaches kids the importance of parental controls and dangers online through short stories.
ChildLine is a private and confidential service for children and young people up to the age of 19. You can contact a ChildLine counsellor about anything – no problem is too big or too small. Call free on 800 1111. The website contains a vast amount of advice, information and help.
A national, confidential helpline providing advice and support to anyone caring for a child. The Parentline website also contains lots of information, guides and factsheets.
An extremely informative website offering a wealth of information on online safety for children and young people. The website provides information and guidance for sections for children, young people, parents and teachers.
Child Protection Partnership: http://www.childprotectionpartnership.org.uk/
The Child Protection Partnership manages the Child Protection Register of behalf of Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire and Moray and deliver child protection training as required by the three child protection committee partnerships
The North East Scotland Child Protection (NESCP) delivers child protection training, manages the Child Protection Register and supports Significant Case Review’s for Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray.
CEOP is a law enforcement agency that works nationally and internationally with a clear focus on pursuing offenders and protecting children from sexual abuse. The CEOP website provides a wealth of information for social workers and teachers.
Getting It Right For Every Child (Moray):
Getting It Right For Every Child is a national Scottish Government programme which promotes integrated working and partnership between professionals and families, to provide the right help for a child or young person at the right time.
Adult Protection (Moray):
Information on what you should do if you are concerned that and adult is being harmed or may be at risk of harm.
Moray Alcohol and Drug Partnership:
The purpose of the MADP is to reduce the impact of problematic alcohol and drug use on individuals, families and communities by coordinating the work of the statutory and third sector agencies and by developing and implementing strategies for tackling alcohol and drug problems at a local level.
(Not for reporting child protection concerns)
Moray Child Protection Committee
The Moray Council, Education and Social Care,
High Street, Elgin