The #doiknowu campaign highlights the dangers of online sexual exploitation. The video demonstrates the tactics predators use to trap young people into sharing sexual images of themselves. The content is based on real life transcripts provided by the Queensland Police Service's Taskforce Argos and the video was created in collaboration with young people.
There is also a resource for parents that provides tips for discussing the dangers of online grooming with your child:
- Don't panic! brochure (PDF, 179KB) - Your guide to helping young people to be safe online
- Don't panic! fact sheet (PDF, 203KB) - It's all relative - risk doesn't always equal harm
Help us share #doiknowu
Please help us share #doiknowu with parents and young people. You can share a link to this page on your social media or you can check out our other shareable resources.
There are lots of other resources for parents that provide tips for helping children stay safe online, having conversations about the risks of sexting and online grooming and free counselling and support for parents.
- Big issues: online safety tips and guides for parents - eSafety Commissioner
- Tips and advice, including Hard to have conversations - eSafety Commissioner
- Sexting: talk with teenagers - Raising Children Network
- Free, confidential counselling and support for parents - Parentline
- If you'd seen what I've seen - Queensland Police Service
- Search oneplace for a serivce near you