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  2. Campaign Resources

Campaign Resources

Online child sexual exploitation and abuse (CSEA) is a threat to all children and teens who use the internet — and everyone has a role in this fight. The following sections include Know2Protect resources to promote the campaign so others can understand the problem, know the threats and take action. If you are interested in formally partnering with the campaign, please email us at know2protect@hsi.dhs.gov for more information.

Awareness Resources

K2P Campaign Poster 1
K2P Community Resources 2
K2P Campaign Poster 3

Know2Protect provides informational and creative materials that explain how to protect children and teens from the risks of online CSEA. These resources are for organizations and individuals to share with friends, family, neighbors and their communities to raise awareness of online CSEA and prevent others from being victimized.

K2P tools include:

  1. Email banners: Digital banners and images for emails and digital newsletters. 
  2. TV monitor displays: Digital posters and images that summarize campaign content to feature on TV and other monitor displays. 
  3. Posters: Printable posters with information for offices, community centers, schools and other public areas to help raise awareness of the online CSEA threat.
  4. Social media posts: Graphics for social media accounts. 
  • Awareness Resources

    Download Know2Protect resources to share with your community. Reminder: You cannot modify or alter campaign materials in any way, but you may share them freely.  


The following examples provide ideas on how you can use the above Know2Protect Awareness Resources to help spread awareness in your community. Please distribute these resources on your own or collaborate with your friends, family, neighbors or employers to spread awareness together.

  • Promote campaign materials on social media channels and websites.
  • Display graphics on digital billboards or digital informational signs around the community.
  • Distribute printed materials in schools, after-school program centers, youth recreation facilities, office spaces, community centers and local transportation hubs.
  • Display graphics on digital screens in and around facilities that host large crowds.
  • Use these resources when you host a Project iGuardian® presentation at your local organization to educate and promote discussion around internet safety and combating online CSEA.

Other Know2Protect Resources

In addition to Know2Protect’s Awareness Resources, you can find additional informational and helpful resources across know2protect.gov. Click the link on each tile to access specific resources on the website.

Know2Protect's Key Definitions: Learn the key terms related to online CSEA on Know2Protect’s Key Definition Page. These definitions are used throughout the Know2Protect website and collateral.

Learn Key Definitions

Survivor Support Resources: Know2Protect has compiled top resources to support survivors and enable easy access.

Survivor Support

The Federal Trade Commission’s Protecting Kids Online: Offers information and resources on how to talk to children about being online, how to help them make good decisions and how to stay safe.

Protect Kids Online

The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Page on Sexual Exploitation of Children: Houses examples of efforts funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention to combat the sexual exploitation of children, as well as related websites and information on reporting human trafficking.

View Their Work

The Department of Justice's Page on Protecting Your Kids: Shares advice and information to help protect children from dangers in the online and offline worlds. It also includes details and contact information to report child abductions and sexual exploitation.

DOJ Protecting Your Kids 

The Department of Justice's Page on Keeping Children Safe Online: Offers tips, videos and resources to help parents, guardians, teachers and other trusted adults help protect children from becoming victims of online child predators.

DOJ Keeping Children Safe

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency: Offers a variety of resources and materials for educators and parents on cybersecurity awareness and online safety for children and adolescents.

Learn About Cybersecurity

Report an Incident

To report an incident, you can call the Know2Protect Tipline at 1-833-591-KNOW (5669) or visit the NCMEC CyberTipline at https://report.cybertip.org.

Last Updated: 06/12/2024
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