The NSPCC's ChildLine has been supporting children across the UK for 30 years. Trained counsellors man the confidential helpline 24/7, and are highly knowledgeable about the problems children and young people face, whether online or offline (a distinction children rarely make).
Find out more or ask for help and advice here.
The CEOP Command is an agency of the National Crime Agency and works with child-protection partners in the UK and overseas to identify the main threats to children and coordinate law-enforcement activity in this area.
The 'Click CEOP' button should be used to report child-sexual exploitation of any kind; there are separate channels for carers, professionals and children (with age-appropriate sections for different age groups).
The Internet Watch Foundation runs the UK hotline for officially reporting criminal online content (images of child sexual abuse and criminally obscene adult content).
IWF works with the internet industry, police and international partners to remove such material from the public internet. Reports to the IWF are confidential and can be submitted anonymously.
Having applied IWF blocklists with the help of our filtering partners for many years, we are delighted that LGfL is now an IWF member in its own right. We look forward to working closely with IWF on its campaigns and everyday work to keep children safe.
Childnet International UK is a non-profit organisation dedicated to making the internet a safer place for children. The charity works closely with public and private organisations to form and inform policy and shape best-practice. It runs the Safer Internet Day each year in the UK, and produces a wide range of helpful online-safety teaching & learning resources. Childnet has partnered with LGfL on several occasions, most recently onTrust Me.