Online safety tips

Argos Taskforce Detective Inspector Jon Rouse delivers some important safety messages for children and young people. Learn about ways you can stay safe online

Create a family password

Does your family have a password? A password is used by people who are allowed to pick up your children after school and from activities. No password means no go!

Cyber safety

What are your children doing online? This video is a guide for parents and carers with talking points to help keep your children safe in an online environment

Grandparents resources to help Keep Children and young people safe

Grandparents & carers

Personal safety education helps to prevent child sexual abuse and supports the development of healthy relationships free from violence and harm
Resource Booklet

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Think U Know

Evidence based cybersafety program that provides safety education to parents, carers, teachers and children. ThinkUKnow have a great Parent Portal with many helpful resources

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iParent is a place where parents and carers can stay up to date with the latest technology that children and young people use. Access advice about safety settings for online devices

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Parentline provides telephone councelling to parents and carers of children and young people. There are also many resources available to support parents and carers to understand a wide range of issues related to raising children and young people

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Kids Helpline

Helps kids and teens with phone councelling, any time for any reason. Great tip sheets for parents and carers covering issues commonly experienced by children and young people

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Oneplace is a free, online community services directory for parents, young people and families who are having tough times, to find help in their local area. With more than 48,000 services across Queensland listed there is someone who can help