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We are focusing on this very serious issue and we are working closely with The Police, Facebook and other IT service providers, to work towards eliminating this unacceptable behavior.
If you are a parent, take positive steps to protect your child when he or she uses a mobile phone or the computer.
e Crime is any form of Cyberbullying using technology.
This includes trolling, mobbing, stalking, grooming or any form of abuse down the line.
Already the Police and others are adopting the term e CRIME when they talk about Cyberbullying.
National Policing Lead for ACPO Communication Advisory Group Chief Constable Andy Trotter said: “People may think they can remain anonymous when they are online, that they can hide, say and do things they wouldn’t dream of doing in real life without consequences or being found out; this is not the case.
Some examples of cyberbullying can include Often, bullies using one of more of the forums named above to abuse an individual anonymously. As a voluntary run organisation, we operate with limited resources and funds.
They are too frightened to let you know who they are or face their target. All donations are gratefully received and 100% of every donation goes in to the running of our free helpline and website.
Typically, the bullies use Social Networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and other interactive forums to target an individual or group.
There is a great deal you can do to safeguard your child.
We have been using the terminology ‘e CRIME’ for many years now because we believe it describes all forms of on-line abuse.
This guide will help you understand what you can do and how to persuade the perpetrator to stop bullying you.
It contains sample letters which will help you strategize your case and deal with matters moving forward.