With the availability of the internet at home and elsewhere, it is important for parents to have available resources to assist them in insuring their child has a safe browsing experience. The sites available to guide parents in this endeavor are by far too many to list, however, the sites listed below are an excellent source of information.
FBI Publications - A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety By the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Keep children safe on the Internet by reading A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety
Internet Safety Resources for Parents - The Police Notebook The Police Notebook - Law Enforcement Internet site to promote safety and to provide crime prevention information.
NetSmartz Workshop Teaching children what to watch out for online with fun, interactive games and activities.
SafeKids.Com Guidelines and information on child Internet safety, including information on parental control software. Also at the site are links to child-safe search engines and recommended links for kids.
WiredSafety Internet safety, help, and education organization, offering help for law enforcement and victims of cybercrime.
Cyber Patrol A utility that allows parents to manage computer use in their household.
Net Nanny A utility that allows parents to see and control access to websites and block sites they deem inappropriate.
Cyber Sitter Gives parents the ability to limit their children's access to the Internet.
GCF Global Learning Internet Safety Tutorial as well as many other opportunities to learn more about computers.
I-SAFE I-SAFE Inc. is the worldwide leader in Internet safety education. Founded in 1998 and endorsed by the U.S. Congress, i-SAFE is a non-profit foundation dedicated to protecting the online experiences of youth everywhere.