Walk Online

Emily Rogers
Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Thurrock-wide roadshows using drama, film, discussion and guidance to help children and young people protect themselves from online sexual exploitation have reached 12,500 children.

Two-thirds of surveyed pupils admitted to lying about their age while online. Picture: corepics/Adobe Stock
Two-thirds of surveyed pupils admitted to lying about their age while online. Picture: corepics/Adobe Stock

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