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What you can do
If you're worried that a child may be at risk here's what you can do:
Talk to them about your concerns
Tell them you’re there to help and want them to be safe
Tell them it’s not their fault if they’re in this situation
Report suspicious behaviour to Police
Help them check their privacy settings
Help them block or un-friend the person
Teach them not to share passwords or accounts
Have them ask before agreeing to meet someone
Find out more about parental controls on devices
Visit eSafety iParent for more resources
We all have a role to play in keeping kids safe
There’s always someone you can talk to and get advice from.
You're not alone in protecting your child from online grooming. If you need support call the Parentline service in your State or Territory and talk through your options with a counsellor.
Encourage the child to talk with a counsellor if they're worried or upset about anything that happens online.
Talking helps! We’re here for your kids.
No problem is too big or too small.
We're here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week