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Online Safety

This section links to KSCB resources as well as guidance to enable multi-agency staff to consider online safety within their safeguarding responsibilities and develop and implement a single and multi-agency approach to online safety.

KSCB Sexting Guidance for Professionals

This guidance is for all agencies working with children and young people that may need to respond to sexting incidents or youth produced sexual imagery. To view the document and flowchart please follow the below link:

National Sexting Guidance for Professionals

The UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) is a group of more than 200 professionals from across a variety of organisations that work in partnership to keep children safe online and have published national guidance on Sexting, providing advice for schools and colleges

KSCB Online Safety Strategy

This strategy defines role and responsibilities of KSCB partners in preventing, tackling and responding to online safety for children, young people and their families. To view the document please follow the below link:

Safer Practice with Technology for Professionals

This guidance assists professionals to make informed decisions when working with children, young people and their families to ensure their use of technology is safe and appropriate. To view the document please follow the below link:

For more information on Online Safety please visit www.kelsi.org.uk