Internet Safety Sites
Internet Safety News, Tips and Tools
CyberSmart! fosters 21st century skills to increase
student engagement and prepare students to
achieve in today's digital society.
Dateline MSNBC: To Catch a Predator
Online Safety Information
Don't Believe the Type
Safety Information, ID the Creep game
and Public Service Announcements
Get Net Wise
Helping ensure that Internet users have safe, constructive,
and educational or entertaining online experiences
Microsoft Online Safety and Privacy Education
How to protect yourself, your family and your computers
Mousetrap: Interactive Internet Safety
Presented by Virginia Center for Policing Innovation,
in cooperation with Wired Safety
and The Bedford County Sheriff's Office
National Center for
Missing & Exploited Children
Guide to bring more awareness to Cyberbullying
Thousands of definitions that explain the language of
the online world, including the largest collection of
Internet acronyms and text message shorthand ;-)
Internet Safety Instruction for kids, teens,
eductors, parents/guardians and law enforcement.
On Guard Online
Practical tips from the federal government and the
technology industry to help you be on guard against
Internet fraud, secure your computer,
and protect your personal information.
Teen Safety on the Information Highway
From SafeTeens, a place for teens and others to learn safe,
civil and responsible use of the Internet.
Virginia Department of Education
"Internet Safety in Schools" Resources
Web Wise Kids
i Keep Safe
The storybook adventures of Faux Paw the Techno Cat
Family Guide Book
Stop, Look & Listen because it's a jungle out there!
Tools and information to create
a SafetyNet for children online.
PBS Kids Don't Buy It Get Media Smart
Discover the secrets of advertising tricks.
PBS Kids Web License
Learn the "Rules of the Road" for staying safe online.
Play It Cyber Safe
Empowering children, parents and teachers to prevent
cyber crime through knowledge of the law, their rights and
how to avoid misuse of the Internet.
Helping children learn how to be safe
and protect themselves online.
S.M.A.R.T. Secondary Links
Enough is Enough!
Law Enforcement Websites
Page County Sheriff's Dept.
Virginia State Police