Internet Safety In Teesside
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Our Aim
A child on a computer Helping to make the Internet experience a safer one for parents and children!

Do you really know who you are chatting to online?

About Us
Internet Safety In Teesside was founded in August 2001 by volunteer David Stenson. David has been online since 1996 and is a qualified online tutor who has previously tutored for the University of Leeds, and the UFI/Learndirect E-Learning Team. 
March 2002 saw Internet Safety In Teesside win two national awards for funding:

About Community Champions Community Champions About Parents      in the Community Millennium Awards Parents in the Community Millennium Awards
Langridge Initiative Centre Middlesbrough  West Redcar Community School Redcar 

David Stenson had an electronic mailing list set up which was used to update members of news and developments of this programme.  There was 44 members whose backgrounds vary from police officers, child support workers, youth workers, and parents. 

We have an New electronic mailing list set up which is used to update members of news and developments of this programme.  Currently there are 0 members.   If  you would like to become a member of this mailing list please send an  explaining a little bit about yourself.

We would like to thank the following media for their coverage
Family upset as internet ‘stalker’ still not traced The Advertiser, July 2003 

Netting help to thwart perverts, The Northern Echo, June 2003

Police powerless as girl of 12 is sent Internet porn, The Northern Echo, June 2003

Website aims to combat Paedophiles, The Northern Echo, January 2003

Surfing with Safety, ISTC National Magazine, December 2002

Internet Safety, Regeneration Exchange Newsletter, November 2002 

Warnings about Web, Evening Gazette,  November 2002 

Call for task force to tackle Internet perverts, The Northern Echo, October 2002

Hailed for their champion efforts, The Northern Echo, October 2002

Where will your children be tonight, Corus Newsletter, August 2002

Cracking Internet Crime, InterAction quarterly magazine, Autumn/winter 2001

We can provide: Support Education Advice Training
On all aspects of Internet Safety to both individuals and groups
To: Parents, carers, children, teens, health and social workers, police, therapists, family counsellors, domestic violence, sexual abuse, rape crisis centres, children support groups, teachers, libraries, and anybody who has an interest in the protection of children using the Internet.

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