Safety brochure for parents

Safety brochure for kids and teens

Internet Safety Pledge for Parents/Guardians

Internet Safety Pledge for kids and teens

Facebook Guidelines for Parents

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Every child deserves the right to feel safe. You are not alone.
We can help.

Cyber Abuse Internet Stalking Children

Listen to an interview with Dr. Justin W. Patchin, Co-Director of the Cyberbullying Research Center: Dissecting Cyberbullying


Check out Jim Mayer's anti-bullying song!



Do you know how to use Facebook? How about keeping safe on Facebook? Check out our Facebook Guidelines for Parents for an introduction on Facebook safety.


WHOA-KTD is proud to welcome our new spokesman Uncle Jim aboard the team! Uncle Jim writes and performs music for kids and teens of all ages and recently wrote one on cyberbullying. Learn more about Uncle Jim and what he's doing to help kids and teens.


Online mascot helps kids practice safe surfing! Read about it here!


WHOA Kids/Teen Division is the offshoot of WHOA, a volunteer organization founded in 1997 to fight online bullying, harassment and stalking of kids and teens. We achieve this goal by educating parents, teachers, the general public, law enforcement and others. We let victims know they are not alone. We have formulated voluntary policies for schools and online communities and encourage them to adopt these policies in order to create a safe and welcoming place for all.

Our volunteers are specially trained to work with kids and teens who are currently experiencing online bullying, harassment or stalking. We help others learn how to avoid harassment or minimize its impact if it does occur.

Our experts will answer your questions about how to write a business plan for free.

WHOA Kids/Teen Division president Jayne A. Hitchcock is available to speak about cybercrime and online security to educational institutions, librarians, corporations, the general public, students and parents.

"Sexting, Texting, Chatting, Oh My!" Jayne Hitchcock Presentation - 04/07/2010 from Timberlane School District (TEN) on Vimeo.