Sexting

THINK BEFORE YOU SEND… YOU CAN’T UNDO, YOU CAN’T GO BACK.

To make an online report click on the following link and follow the instructions: https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/

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What you need to know about sexting

Once you send a message. Once you’ve pressed send you can’t control what happens next.  It could be shared with others you never intended, so ask yourself could you cope if that happened.

Don’t let someone guilt or pressure you. Sending a sext to someone because they pressure you to do it is putting yourself at risk. Remember once you’ve sent it they have control, so if you’re uncomfortable about it don’t do it.

You’ve sent a nude picture At the time you sent it you felt OK, but now you feel uncomfortable about it. You could try being honest with them saying you now regret it and ask them to delete it.

Posted Online. If an indecent or nude pic of you is posted online, you can contact the website directly to request it be removed or contact Childline for support in getting it removed.

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