information during COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 health crisis, kids are spending more time online then ever.  To help navigate these difficult times, and give them the tools and information to stay safe online during the pandemic, we encourage caregivers to talk to your child about online risks and safety.  Below are some helpful resources and tips from various organizations and professionals working with youth and law enforcement.  We also invite you to book a free workshop or view our Parents Toolkit.  

Our Program Manager, Camila Jimenez, talked to Tri-City News about the risks youth face online during the pandemic, and how to work with them to keep safe. Read here

Current resources, timely support from the Canadian Centre for Child Protection

Sextortion on the rise in Surrey, parents warned of extra risk during pandemic social distancing

Parents, here’s how you can protect your kids from traffickers

The ABCs of safe online home learning

Realities of child sex trafficking

Child sex exploitation is on the rise in Canada during the pandemic

Child luring case a wake-up call to Tri-City parents

Keeping your kids safe online in the age of COVID: Usable tips for parents​

The Impact of COVID-19 on Human Trafficking Victims & Survivors​

Online predators put millions of children at risk during COVID-19 pandemic lockdown 

Keeping kids safe online while out of school