As almost a quarter of 12-15 year olds say they don’t know how to control who can see what they post on social media, Thames Valley Police is encouraging parents, carers and responsible adults, such as youth activity leaders, to help young people stay safe online, as part of the latest phase of the #ProtectYourWorld campaign.
Join their Facebook Live Q&A event on Tuesday 6 February at 6.30pm, when experts from Thames Valley Police and the NSPCC will be answering questions and giving useful tips to enable parents to help their children stay safe online.
Find out more and add your questions by clicking here
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