Parents and Carers

Keeping your Child Safe Online

Keeping Your Child Safe Online


Sexual Offences Act 2003

The Sexual Offences Act 2003 provides a clear, modern framework to protect the public from sexual crimes.This leaflet sets out the main laws designed to protect children and families.

Further leaflets in this series cover the laws designed to protect adults, and the laws which affect those who work with children or with people with mental disorders. These leaflets are:

Working within the Sexual Offences Act


Child Death Overview Process

For information about the Child Death Overview Process please click the link below:


Sexting

For information from CDOP on sexting with young people visit here:

  • Sexting

Say Something Campaign

Latest News

Mobile Device Apps - E-safety concerns

As you are aware the North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board has been active it promoting e safety. Recently it has been brought to our attention that there has been e-safety incidents involving primary age children from North Yorkshire and neighbouring...

Supporting Safer Internet Day 7th Feb 2017

North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board is actively supporting Safer Internet Day on Tuesday, 7 February.

Safer Internet Day 2017

Safer Internet Day 2017 will take place on Tuesday 7th February with the theme 'Be the change: Unite for a better internet'.

NYSCB Multi Agency Screening Team (MAST) Briefings

NYSCB would like to invite you to one of five Multi Agency Screening Team (MAST) Briefing that are taking place across North Yorkshire

Improvements to the NYSCB website

As part of our continual improvement of the NYSCB website we focused the options available for professionals to help locate the information.

North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Workforce Survey

North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board is undertaking a ‘Safeguarding Children Workforce Survey’ of professionals from all agencies in North Yorkshire who work with Children and Young People.

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