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  1. Know2Protect
  2. About
  3. Partnerships


Know2Protect is a national public awareness campaign to educate and empower children, teens, parents, trusted adults and policymakers to prevent and combat online child sexual exploitation and abuse (CSEA). There are several unique opportunities to get involved and join the fight.

Official Know2Protect Partners have committed to supporting our campaign's objectives through written agreement with DHS and its components. Know2Protect is collaborating with partners across the private sector, other government agencies and community-based/nonprofit organizations and groups to help execute this nation-wide campaign.

Another way to support the campaign is by becoming a Know2Protect Champion. To learn how Champions support our mission, read the Know2Protect Champion Guide.

Thank you to our partners!
  • Boy Scouts of America (BSA)
  • Google LLC
  • Intel Corporation
  • International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators
  • MLB Together
  • Major League Soccer (MLS)
  • Meta Platforms, Inc
  • The National Football League (NFL)
  • National Fusion Center Association
  • The National Hockey League (NHL)
  • National Police Athletic League (National PAL)
  • Roblox Corporation
  • Small & Rural Law Enforcement Executives Association
  • Snap Inc.
  • United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC)
  • Want to Support Know2Protect?

    Interested in becoming an Official Know2Protect Partner or Champion? Contact us using the link below to reach out and explore how to participate in the campaign.

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: 04/24/2024
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