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Internet safety

Multi-Level Approach to Preventing Child Exploitation

August 2022
As part of Internet Safety Month in June 2022, OJJDP and the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program presented “Protect Our Youth Online: A Virtual Event to Start the Conversation." This virtual event—comprising three webinars—features presentations from technology safety experts with tips and resources to help inform and protect youth online.

Self-Generated Content and Sextortion Awareness and Prevention Panel Discussion

June 2022

As part of Internet Safety Month in June 2022, OJJDP and the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program presented “Protect Our Youth Online: A Virtual Event to Start the Conversation." This virtual event—comprising three webinars—features presentations from technology safety experts with tips and resources to help inform and protect youth online.

June is Internet Safety Month!

June is Internet Safety Month. OJJDP joins our partners in raising awareness about Internet safety and providing resources to keep kids safe online. 

Sextortion is the focus of this year’s observance. Sextortion is an online crime that exploits youth through coercion or blackmail to acquire sexual content, engage in sex, or obtain money.

OJJDP’s new Internet Safety Month webpage highlights resources from the National Center for...

Internet Safety Month

June is Internet Safety Month
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June is Internet Safety Month. The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) joins our partners in raising awareness about Internet safety and providing resources to keep kids safe online.

This year, OJJDP brings a focus to the crime of sextortion. Sextortion is an online crime that exploits youth through coercion or blackmail to acquire sexual content, engage in sex, or obtain money. 

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