CyberSafe Scotland are a not for profit organisation made up of experts committed to the protection of children online. They were founded in response to the huge rise in online child abuse and exploitation to create a community for teachers and parents in Scotland to keep pace with the latest developments in order to protect all children from harm.

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We are a not for profit organisation working to protect all children in Scotland from online exploitation and abuse.


Online child exploitation is at alarmingly high levels across Scotland (30 million indecent images of children were found during a 6 week Police Scotland investigation in 2016) and in every community it frequently spreads through children being targeted on particular websites. CyberSafe Scotland works with schools, parents and communities to provide individualised advice and education based on the real current risks within their group of children.


We work with other agencies and experts who are equally passionate about preventing online exploitation to provide the highest possible level of support.

Our flagship schools programme launches in February 2020 for P6 and P7 students across Scotland. It is currently in pilot in schools across Aberdeen City and Shire - please subscribe to our mailing list to be kept informed about its release. In the interim we are making resources available to schools and parents through our facebook and twitter feeds and through regular information events across Aberdeen City and Shire. 

We were founded a leading children's rights lawyer and are specialists in the law relating to the abuse and online exploitation of children.

We work to lobby for change to the current legislation that will protect children as well as to educate parents and children on current legislation and empower them to influence legislative developments.

For advice or further information about expertise we can provide in this area please contact us directly.

 If you need help or advice please do not hesitate to contact us through this site or directly on info@cybersafescotland,org