Canadian Centre for Child Protection Canadian Centre for Child Protection

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection is a charitable organization dedicated to the personal safety of all children. Our goal is to reduce child victimization by providing programs and services to Canadians. We do this through public awareness activities, our personal safety education program (Kids in the Know), our national tipline to report online sexual abuse of children (, our program to help organizations prevent child sexual abuse (Commit to Kids), and our national missing children services program (

Safer Internet Day (February 10, 2015)

Every February, people and organizations in countries around the globe join forces for Safer Internet Day (SID) to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially amongst children and young people. In Canada, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (Canadian Centre), through, coordinates SID activities. As part of this initiative, the Canadian Centre, with support from police, provincial and territorial governments, and the private sector, distributes approximately one million Internet safety resources to Canadian schools free of charge.

  • 1. TALK TO YOUR TEEN about ways to be safe online

    • Check out What’s the Deal and It is a Big Deal, our cyberbullying and healthy relationship activity books, and discuss these important issues with your teen.
    • Talk to your teen about, a website that provides practical information to youth who have been impacted by a sexual picture/video being shared by peers.
  • 2. RAISE AWARENESS about the importance of keeping teens safe online

  • 3. STAY INFORMED about online risks facing youth

    • Sign up to receive ALERTS to stay informed about concerning technology trends and ways to increase the online safety of youth.
    • Check out more age-appropriate resources created by the Canadian Centre to help keep your children and teens safe online.
  • 4. REPORT child sexual abuse images and exploitation to

  • 5. DONATE to the Canadian Centre for Child Protection

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