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Cybersafety

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IT STARTS WITH ME

 

As a college we have a dedicated email address that students can send through details of any issues or concerns they have that they may not feel comfortable speaking to someone in person. These reports will be followed up by college staff. Concerns may include but are not limited to:

  • bullying,
  • racism,
  • racial bullying,
  • social issues,
  • and behaviours in the college  and community including damage to college facilities, and student conduct on the bus.


Please note: all reports made to this email address will be followed up within 48 hours by college staff. 

 

Report cyberbullying to the eSafety Commissioner

You can report cyberbullying through the link below. Before you do, there are a few steps to follow.

 

How to make a report 

Please note - these tasks need to be completed before you can lodge a complaint with the eSafety Commissioner.

  1. Report to social media service through their social media safety centres
  2. Collect evidence - take a screen shot
  3. Make a report to the eSafety Commissioner

 

For full details follow this link:

https://www.esafety.gov.au/complaints-and-reporting/cyberbullying-complaints/i-want-to-report-cyberbullying

 

 

eSafety Commissioner

eSafety is committed to empowering all Australians to have safer, more positive experiences online.

 

There a range of resources for parents and families to access including 'screen time tips' and 'Your child's first smartphone - are they old enough?'

https://www.esafety.gov.au/parents

 

For full details follow this link:

https://www.esafety.gov.au/

 

 

Kidshelpline - Anytime - Any Reason

WebChat Counselling - Open 24/7 - 365 days

If you can't get to a phone or prefer to chat online, you can connect one-on-one with a Kids Helpline counsellor through WebChat!

 

Remember…

The fastest way to talk with a counsellor is on the phone

1800 55 1800

It's free to call - even from mobiles!

 

For full details follow this link:

https://kidshelpline.com.au/get-help/webchat-counselling

 

 

Bravehearts - Report Online Behaviour

By taking part in Join the Dots you are able to play an important role in protecting other young people online. You will be sending the info to Bravehearts and they will share this with the police. You can stay anonymous if you want to, the idea behind Join the Dots is to give you a safe space to share the info you have.

 

For full details follow this link:

https://bravehearts.org.au/report-online-behaviour

 

 

eheadspace

eheadspace provides free online and telephone support and counselling to young people 12 - 25 and their families and friends. If you’re based in Australia and going through a tough time, eheadspace can help.

 

For full details follow this link:

https://headspace.org.au/eheadspace/

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Last reviewed 21 August 2019
Last updated 21 August 2019