• Our new films to help you keep children safe

    5 January 2021

    As a new year begins and another national lockdown comes into place, there are lots of things that will be very different this year. With everything that’s going on, it’s important to make sure children are kept safe both online and in person. It’s not always easy to know how to spot the warning signs […]

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  • IWF and Stop It Now! to develop ‘ground-breaking’ chatbot to combat online child sexual abuse

    14 October 2020

    A new chatbot targeting people trying to access online child sexual abuse images will be developed by the Internet Watch Foundation, in partnership with Stop It Now! and The Lucy Faithfull Foundation. The chatbot, named ‘reThink’, will engage with internet users who are showing signs that they might be looking for images of child sexual […]

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  • Number seeking help to stop viewing sexual images of children in the north west increases by more than two thirds

    10 March 2020

    Stop It Now!, the UK’s first confidential helpline that supports people who are worried about their own sexual thoughts, feelings and behaviour towards children, today reports a steep rise in the number of people seeking help to stop viewing sexual images of under 18s – either for themselves or someone close to them. New data […]

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  • Number seeking help to stop viewing sexual images of children doubles

    25 February 2020

    Stop It Now!, the UK’s first confidential helpline that supports people who are worried about their own sexual thoughts, feelings and behaviour towards children, today reports a steep rise in the number of people seeking help to stop viewing sexual images of under 18s – either for themselves or someone close to them. New data […]

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  • Child sexual abuse strategy announced by home secretary

    4 July 2019

    The home secretary, Sajid Javid, has announced plans to publish a new cross-government strategy to tackle child sexual abuse. The strategy will focus on both online and offline abuse, and will bring together different government departments, charities and other organisations to coordinate the different ways they work to keep children safe. In September, Mr Javid announced a […]

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