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Technology is constantly being updated and the internet can now be accessed via mobile phones, laptops, computers, tablets, webcams, cameras and games consoles.
E-Safety is the generic term that refers to raising awareness about how children, young people and adults can protect themselves when using digital technology and in the online environment.
Sexting in schools and colleges: Responding to incidents and safeguarding young people (2016) In January 2017, this guidance was extensively updated.
A practitioner who becomes aware of such activity will need to take this seriously particularly if that young person is living in a household where there are potential victims or as a child protection issue for the young person concerned.
Young people are not always aware that sharing images in this way is illegal.
The widespread use of smart phones has made the practice much more common and the taking of such photographs is often as a result of children and young people taking risks and pushing boundaries as they become more sexually and socially aware.
Making a Referral to Social Care Procedure Children who Present a Risk of Harm to Others Procedure Working with Sexually Active Children and Young People Under the Age of 18 Procedure Child Safety Online – a Practical Guide for Parents and Carers whose Children are using Social Media Internet Watch Foundation – to report criminal material online Child Exploitation and Online Protection Agency (CEOP) Think You Know - Internet Safety for Children and Young people Stop it Now - confidential helpline for anyone who has concerns that someone they know may be abusing a child.
Also offers support and advice to those are concerned about their own thoughts and behaviours towards children. Lucy Faithful Foundation - expertise in this area and can conduct assessment as part of a service level agreement.