Being on the internet is fun. Playing games, chatting with friends and sharing photos are some of the things to do.
But sometimes, being on the internet can be unsafe. Adults can also be on the internet, playing games and chatting with friends, like you. Sometimes, they do the wrong thing and pretend to be kids.
If you feel uncomfortable or scared about something that’s happened online, it’s really important to tell someone you trust about it.Make a report today
What can you do if you are feeling unsafe?
If you feel worried or unsafe online, you can tell us about it. This is called Join the Dots.
The information you tell us will help keep you, your friends and other kids safe on the internet.
You’ll need to answer some questions on a form. What you write will be sent to us, and we’ll share this with the police.
We’ll talk to the police for you, so they can keep an eye on the internet and make sure it’s a safe place for all kids.
Make a report today
Remember, you won’t get into trouble for staying safe online. So make sure you always tell someone if you feel worried about something on the internet.
- Talk to Mum or Dad, or someone you know and trust.
- Chat with us at Bravehearts on 1800 272 831 — we can help you if there is something you are worried about.
- Call the Kids Help Line on 1800 55 1800. You can tell them what you are worried about.
- Fill in a form — we will talk to the police for you.
- Contact Bravehearts.