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Where possible, give yourself time to process the information and remember they’ll be watching your reactions. Together, Childline and the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) will try to get the image removed.
Alternatively you can make a report direct to the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) on their behalf.
It's easy to send a photo or message but the sender has no control about how it's passed on.
When images are stored or shared online they become public.
"I’ve just found out my daughter has been sent some nude selfies on this instant messaging app.
She had been speaking to these people and they started sending her inappropriate images and asked her to send them things." Remind your child they can contact Childline at any time if they want to talk to someone about how they’re feeling, our trained counsellors can give free non-judgmental advice and support.
They may have a counselling service which children can self-refer to.
Thinkuknow have created short videos to help parents understand why children ‘sext’, how to talk to them about it and what to do if their child is affected.
work to help parents keep their children safe online.
If you’re concerned that your child needs more support or if you’re worried they’re behaving in a sexually inappropriate way, you can also speak to your GP or you may have community based services available to you.
If you have any concerns about child sexual exploitation or grooming, contact the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP).