Technology and the Internet have become indispensable educational tools. However, educators know that our digital world is filled with risks and dangers. This Readiness and Response Center is dedicated to helping you prepare for technology-related incidents in your school, respond quickly and appropriately when they happen, and create a safer technology environment for your students.
Explore proven step-by-step practices for assessing, investigating, and responding to technology-related incidents in your school.
Learn how to deal effectively with technology-related incidents from experienced investigators and cyber safety experts.
How should you respond when a technology-related incident happens in your school? When should you involve law enforcement? This interactive Incident Investigation tool will help you find the answers-by walking you through a series of detailed questions about the incident and recommending appropriate next steps.
Recognizing, responding to, and ultimately stopping technology-related incidents needs to be a cooperative effort-where parents, teachers, administrators, and local law enforcement all work together to keep kids safe. To begin the process, use this tool to find, contact, and start building productive relationships with cyber law enforcement specialists in your area.
Providing a safe, low-risk technology environment for your students can feel like an overwhelming task. The good news is that you are not alone. iKeepSafe and the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) have worked together to build the collection of incident response tools and information on this website. iKeepSafe and ICAC also provide a wide range of other services-all dedicated to stopping technology related incidents in schools and making the Internet a safer place for children.
The Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) unites more than 4,500 federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies in a mission to find, investigate, and prosecute people who commit technology facilitated crimes against children. More
The Internet Keep Safe Coalition (iKeepSafe) was created by Governors, State Attorneys General, local law enforcement agencies, and child safety advocates to provide a safe digital landscape for children, schools, and families. More