Police Service of Northern Ireland The internet provides a useful educational tool for both parents and children alike. Most homes have an internet connection and research shows that children are the main users. Did you know that 1 in 12 children actually go to meet people they have only met online? Let us show you some tips to keep you and your family safe online. It would be a good idea to go over these with your children as well. Paedophile Adam Brown groomed a schoolboy on Facebook and made him sneak from home at night A paedophile groomed a schoolboy on Facebook and got him to creep away from home in the middle of the night for a meeting. But Adam Brown, 21 – who changed his name to Logan Brown by deed poll – was caught when the distraught mother of his victim turned detective to trap him. Brown had begun talking to the boy after posting videos of himself online, telling jokes and inviting people to say whether they found them funny. Cardiff Crown Court heard the mum worked nights and left her son and other children with their grandmother. But when she returned on July 3 she found the family’s dog behaving oddly – and when she went to check on the family, she discovered the boy’s bed was empty.
Best Free Parental Filter OpenDNS is a web-based service that replaces your ISP’s DNS servers. You will usually have no software to install but you will have to register with OpenDNS and change the DNS settings for your router or PC. The online instructions are clear and easy to follow: select the router or PC & operating system, configure the settings, and test the new setup. If you are not confident about this then walk through the instructions without signing up. OpenDNS works very simply.
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Agenda 16 September 2009 11-17 rue de l'amiral Hamelin, 75783 Paris Conference Proceedings will be in English only Parents A Wealth of Resources for Parents About Various Crime Prevention and Safety Issues If you would like to support NCPC's work with children and youth or any other campaign, please click here. Parents are one of the greatest influences on their children and their first and best teachers. Young children learn to talk, walk, and interact by watching their parents. As children grow up, they look to their parents to provide guidance, information, nurturing, and expectations. Teens say their parents are more influential in their decisions than friends, teachers, coaches, and the news media.