Stay Safe Online campaign launched in Suffolk


Cyber bullying, online grooming and sexting are just some of the digital safety risks facing young people in Suffolk – and they must be tackled head-on, chiefs are warning.

Supported with £100,000 worth of funding from Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner Tim Passmore, the East Anglian Daily Times launched its Stay Safe Online campaign aiming to expose – and help prevent – digital threats experienced by under-25s in the county.

I put together a series of articles, speaking to victims, experts and police chiefs about online safety in Suffolk as part of the campaign.

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