Internet Safety for Parents

Fishers PD has complied a list of resources for parents to use to help keep their family safe on-line. These are simply recommendations that we have been made aware of. Some of this information is free and some may have a cost. FPD has no relationship with any of these organizations. If there is a resource that you like that we should consider adding to this list, please contact us at  Click on logos below to follow link. 

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Bark- Bark’s affordable, award-winning dashboard proactively monitors text messages, YouTube, emails, and 30+ different social networks for potential safety concerns, so busy parents can save time and gain peace of mind.

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Be Sure Consulting – Be Involved, Be Proactive, Be Empowered

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Smart Social –

Learning about all the popular apps students want and their dangers can be time-consuming. We've done the research for you. Our resources save parents dozens of hours as they learn what they need to know about the most popular apps. Become the most informed parent on the block with the SmartSocial free resources and programs.

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Common Sense Media –

Common Sense is an independent voice for kids, families, and communities everywhere. We combine original research with game-changing advocacy efforts to make the digital world work better for all kids.

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Cyber Safety Cop -

Parents and educators struggle with keeping their children safe online, preventing school violence, and new threats like vaping. We have a plan to address these challenges in your home and your school. We deliver engaging presentations to empower students, parents, and all members of the community to create safe environments for their schools and families.


Digital Futures Initiative –

We provide the necessary tools and training programs for educators, law enforcement (SRO’s) and parents to help them instruct kids on safer, more responsible internet and device usage and better manage specific challenges that arise – including substance use, cyberbullying, sexting, online predators, loss of emotional intelligence, distracted driving and more.


Parent Guides from ConnectSafely - By parents, for parents: A growing collection of clearly written guidebooks that describe apps, services and platforms popular with kids and teens.