Phone human-readable description of the message we trying to accomplish. Search human-readable description of the message we trying to accomplish. Map pin human-readable description of the message we trying to accomplish.

As a precaution against the COVID-19 coronavirus, the Internet Watch Foundation will be operating at a reduced capacity. We provide a vital service for the public and are committed to staying open but there is likely to be a delay responding to reports, emails and calls. People can still report child sexual abuse imagery as normal here.

IWF uses cookies to ensure we give you the best experience on our website. Find out more about cookies Hide

Schools Broadband (Talk Straight)

Schools Broadband (Talk Straight) became an IWF Member on 1 July 2013.

They support us in our aim to eliminate online child sexual abuse.

“Although our supplier-partners are already members of the IWF, we felt it vital that as a leading broadband provider to education, we also become members of the IWF in our own right.  The IWF are doing an exceptional job in removing child sexual abuse images from the internet and we wanted to support them actively in doing that.”
Tim Sedgwick, Company Director, Schools Broadband

“The work of the IWF is vital in creating an internet that is safe for both adults and children to use and enjoy. “We are proud to support the IWF’s continued efforts in removing damaging criminal content and protecting children who are victims of sexual abuse.”
Marketing Manager, Schools Broadband

“Schools Broadband is immensely proud to provide hundreds of schools across the UK with innovative, world-leading technologies that help safeguard children from inappropriate online content, as well as help to prevent their involvement in innocent but unacceptable behaviours. Proactive reporting on suspicious internet searches, means every day teachers can keep a watchful eye on vulnerable students.”
Schools Broadband

For more information see their website:

Report here