Only 21% of parents think there is a likelihood that online child sexual exploitation can happen to their child. Please help us raise this number and increase awareness of online child sexual exploitation.


The @australianfederalpolice have some useful online-safety tips for parents and carers to keep children safe from online predators:


  • Keep your child’s personal information including full name and age private
  • Ensure the background of photos or videos doesn’t give away your address or location, (and don’t post your location or ‘check in’)
  • Avoid posting photos in school uniform
  • Only share images of your children with people you know and trust
  • For community accounts, consider having a closed group with approved members and ensure you have strong privacy settings in place.

Online child sexual exploitation can be reported online though or by calling Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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