A new campaign is calling on parents across Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent to help their children to understand the dangers of sexting. The ‘say no to sexting’ campaign launches today on national Safer Internet Day, and aims to help children and parents understand just how risky sending sexual images are, and know how to avoid it. Recent research has shown that children as young as 9 are being pressured into sending text, at least 40% of children have created a sexual image or video, 25% have sent an image onto someone else yet most children don’t understand the consequences.
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Parents urged to support their children to say no to sexting
Last Updated: 09/02/2016