Products and Services for Governments
Be the first to know when your school online is mentioned online
Anonymous reporting that empowers your community to speak up in safety
Test your Internet connection to see if it blocks illegal child abuse and terrorist content
Self Review Pro
An online self-review tool which you can tailor to meet your organisation's needs
Resources for Governments
Downloadable booklets to guide you through your profile settings in Facebook
Downloadable booklets to guide you through your profile settings in Twitter
Downloadable booklets to guide you through your profile settings in Instagram
Downloadable booklets to guide you through your profile settings in Snapchat
Social Media Checklists
Downloadable booklets to guide you through your profile settings
Password Management & Security Guide
A free resource explaining how to create strong passwords
12 Vital Information Security Steps
These are twelve key steps you can take to get information security fundamentals in place
Local Safeguarding Children's Board Self Review Tool
A tool to help Local Authorities or Local Safeguarding Children's Board's develop Online Safety provision across their organisations that work with children
Latest Articles for Governments
SWGfL statement on UK Government response to Online Harms White Paper
David Wright, UK Safer Internet Centre Director at SWGfL, issues statement following the UK Government's response to the Online Harms white paper.
12th February 2020
UK Government Online Harms White Paper - Initial thoughts from SWGfL
The Government wants the UK to be the safest place in the world to be online; no mean aspiration given the long,and often tortuous, history of what we now regard as our “online lives”.
8th April 2019
UK Government Publishes Online Harms White Paper
SWGfL welcomes the UK Government's Online Harms White Paper and its commitment to making the UK the safest place to be online.
8th April 2019
Government announces new UK Council to improve Online Safety
The UK Government has announced it is expanding the scope of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) to help improve online safety for everyone.
30th July 2018