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Whether you are checking your emails on the go, updating your Facebook status, online banking or chatting to your friends on webcam, technology plays a big part in our everyday lives so it is important to stay safe.

That is why we have created this cybercrime and fraud hub where you can find helpful information and advice around protecting yourself both online and in the real world.

Here you will find support on a range of topics from social media security, cyber bullying, child sexual exploitation and online fraud.

 

 

 
 

 

 

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Cyber experts are set to take to the hot seats tomorrow to help shoppers stay safe online

Cyber experts are set to take to the hot seats tomorrow to help shoppers stay safe online
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Residents in Derbyshire are being encouraged to log online and put their cyber safety questions to the experts during tomorrow's virtual surgery.
Date:
29/11/2016

Cybercrime Roadshow hits University of Derby

Cybercrime Roadshow hits University of Derby
Description
Officers from Derbyshire police have been at the University of Derby today (Thursday, November 24) to help students stay safe online.
Date:
24/11/2016

Millions of Brits are putting themselves at risk of financial fraud just to bag an online bargain

Millions of Brits are putting themselves at risk of financial fraud just to bag an online bargain
Description
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday fast approaching, Financial Fraud Action (FFA UK) is urging shoppers to 'Take Five' before they click when buying online.
Date:
22/11/2016

Cyber Roadshow heads to Derbyshire to help residents to stay safe this Christmas

Cyber Roadshow heads to Derbyshire to help residents to stay safe this Christmas
Description
Officers are set to take to the road to help residents to stay safe online during a festive Cyber Roadshow.
Date:
17/11/2016

Theatre show brings internet safety and cyber bullying into the spotlight for youngsters in the Amber Valley and Bolsover

Theatre show brings internet safety and cyber bullying into the spotlight for youngsters in the Amber Valley and Bolsover
Description
Internet safety and cyber bullying are being brought into the spotlight for youngsters as a theatre show tours primary schools in the Amber Valley and Bolsover.
Date:
09/11/2016
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Videos

Get Safe Online

GetSafeOnline.org have created the following video to highlight how our phones - and subsequently our personal information - can be hacked into.

NCA Video - #CyberChoices

The video below, produced by the NCA, uses a clever blend of humour and seriousness to highlight their message. It shows two overly naïve parents talking about their son’s skills with a computer without knowing exactly what they’re talking about, or, more crucially, what their son has actually been up to.

Money Muling

What is 'Money Muling'? Watch this short video to find out and get advice on how to avoid such scams.

Romance Fraud

Romance fraud is an ever-increasing scam, with Action Fraud receiving an average of one dating fraud reported every 3 hours. Read more here and watch the video below.

Useful links and contacts


Childline - Call on 0800 1111

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) – Call on 0870 000 3344 or contact via the online form - http://ceop.police.uk/contact-us

Crimestoppers – https://crimestoppers-uk.org/

Cyber Essentials - www.cyberessentials.org

Cyber Aware - www.cyberaware.gov.uk

Derbyshire Safe Guarding Children Board – Call on 01629 535716 or visit the website http://www.derbyshirescb.org.uk/

Digital Stalking - www.digital-stalking.com

Fearless - https://fearless.org/cyber-crime

Get Safe Online - https://www.getsafeonline.org/

National Stalking Helpline – Call on 0808 802 0300 or e-mail the Helpline at advice@stalkinghelpline.org

NSPCC Helpline – Call on 0800 800 500

Think U Know – http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk

Think Jessica - http://www.thinkjessica.com

 

Do you need a quick answer to a general question? Then we recommend you visit the national Ask The Police web site.