Links to resources are provided as a starting point to direct you to publicly available information regarding online safety.

While care has been taken to review the sites and content, website content changes often. By choosing to click on the links, the user understands and agrees that they are being directed to a third-party site that the SOVA-ICAC Task Force and it’s member agencies have no control of and that you assume any and all liability that may arise from visiting these sites. In addition, some sites may promote commercial products. The SOVA-ICAC Task Force does not market, endorse, or recommend any specific product or service within these links. If the user chooses to purchase a product, they are encouraged to investigate and research the product or service prior to purchase.

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Parents frequently overestimate their own understanding of the dangers of online sexual exploitation, and they feel that they have adequately addressed the threat to their children.

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Teachers have a unique opportunity to help shape healthy and safe online skills and habits that their students may not be provided at home. Learn about resources that may help you integrate online safety in your classroom.

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Sometimes youth learn better from an interactive experience versus a lecture. Find age-appropriate resources with interactive activities for youth of all ages.

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Other Resources

Information on other online resources that you may find useful in educating yourself about online safety.