For more information on child safety, check out these additional resources online:

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) helps prevent child abduction and sexual exploitation, find missing children and assist victims and their families. The center's Web site has a wealth of information on Internet safety.

NetSmartz, developed by NCMEC and BGCA, is an online interactive resource for children, parents, guardians, educators and law enforcement.

NetSmartz411, part of NCMEC, is a free help site where parents can ask questions and learn more about Internet safety.

Internet Keep Safe Coalition is a nationwide partnership of first spouses and governors, government agencies, nonprofit organizations and corporate sponsors that teaches basic rules of Internet safety to parents and children.

Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), a key partner in the effort to combat Internet crimes against children, provides programs and services to help give young people a sense of competence, usefulness and belonging.

U.S. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention operates the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Forces, comprising a nationwide law enforcement network led in Tennessee by the Knoxville Police Department.

National Crime Prevention Council

Digital Safety: Staying Safe Online

Safe Kids