This list is not exhaustive.
If you feel you have been effected by any of the examples in this list and would like to a
talk to a professional for advice, please see our support page for further information
We all have a duty to report eCRIME and to protect others, particularly the vulnerable or those in our care, from eCRIME abuse.
Schools have a responsibility to ensure that pupils and students are not bullied and they can take action even if the bullying is happening outside school.
Employers have a Duty of Care to provide a safe and stress free place of work for all employees.
Don’t delete the upsetting emails or messages.
Keep the evidence. By pressing the ‘print screen’ button, you should be able to print of a hard copy of the threatening text or images
This will help you to help the authorities and/or the Police to identify the bully, even if the bully is anonymous. Even people who use a false name or email can be traced.
Don’t reply. This is what the bully wants.
It might make things worse.
For more information and advice on the prevention of
Cyber-bullying see our WHAT TO DO page