Stop Online Predators and Child Predation

It takes 8 minutes for an online predator to form a bond with a child.

Child Predation Red Flags

Talking through red flags can help your kid know what to watch out for as they spend time on the internet. Remind them to be sure to let you know if someone:

🚩 Asks for photos of your child — especially ones in a swimsuit

🚩 Claims to be another child, but uses full sentences and no slang terms

🚩 Requests (or tries to provide) serious emotional support

🚩 Gets frustrated if your child doesn’t respond right away

🚩 Asks your child to keep a secret… even about something that seems harmless

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