Partners & Supporters

Get Safe Online is a joint initiative with law enforcement agencies, regulators and public and private sector organisations from the technology, communication, retail and finance sectors to help individuals and SMEs to use the internet with confidence and safely. We also benefit from the input of other organisations in the form of technical expertise, intelligence and advice. Without these organisations, Get Safe Online would be unable to continue to deliver its unique services to the UK public and businesses, and we thank them unreservedly for their invaluable contribution.

Become a Partner or Supporter

If you are interested in becoming a Partner or Supporter, then please contact us.


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Older People’s Commissioner for Wales

The Older People’s Commissioner for Wales protects and promotes the rights of older people throughout Wales, scrutinising and influencing a wide range of policy and practice to improve their lives. She provides help and support directly to older people through her casework team and works to empower older people and ensure that their voices are heard and acted upon. The Commissioner’s role is underpinned by a set of unique legal powers to support her in reviewing the work of public bodies and holding them to account when necessary.

Eden Project Communities

Eden Project Communities aims to improve the happiness and wellbeing of people across the UK by bringing communities together and inspiring them to make positive changes where they live.  As part of the Eden Project, it is exploring how people can work with each other, and with nature, towards a better future. It believes that connected communities are more resilient against local and global issues and are better equipped to tackle challenges and bring about positive change.

Welsh Government

The Welsh Government is the devolved government for Wales. Led by the First Minister, it works across devolved areas that include key areas of public life such as health, education and the environment. Get Safe Online’s Welsh Language website is funded by the Welsh Government.

Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

The FCDO pursues the UK’s national interests and projects the UK as a force for good in the world. It promotes the interests of British citizens, safeguards the UK’s security, defends our values, reduces poverty and tackles global challenges working with international partners. Get Safe Online’s websites and associated activities in over 20 Commonwealth countries are funded by the FCDO under the UK Commonwealth Cyber Security Programme.




Ministry Of Defence

The MOD works with Get Safe Online within its Cyber Confident programme, to help ensure safe online habits and behaviours by serving personnel, support staff and their families to protect them from fraud and other online threats, and national security from our country’s adversaries.

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Victim Support

Victim Support is the independent charity for victims and witnesses of crime in England and Wales. It annually offers support to more than one million victims of crime. Victim Support provides the Homicide Service supporting people bereaved through murder and manslaughter and runs more than 100 local projects which tackle domestic violence, antisocial behaviour and hate crime, help children and young people and deliver restorative justice. The charity has around 1,100 staff and more than 3,000 volunteers.

Royal Air Force

The RAF works closely with Get Safe Online to ensure safe online habits and behaviours by serving personnel, support staff and their families to protect them from fraud and other online threats, and national security from our country’s adversaries.

Neighbourhood Alert

Neighbourhood Alert is the largest, secure, two-way community messaging system in the UK. It is used by more than half of the UK Police Forces as well as Fire & Rescue Services, Police Commissioners and local Authorities.The system typically delivers over 6 million, targeted, relevant, secure messages a month on behalf of over 12,000 Police and public sector users, to over 650,000 members. Alert is the national messaging system used by Get Safe Online.

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Lloyds Bank

Lloyds Banking Group is a leading UK based financial services group providing a wide range of banking and financial services, focused on personal and commercial customers.


The Keeping Safe Online area on Hwb supports children and young people, parents/carers, practitioners and governors in Wales with online safety and cyber security, providing an extensive range of resources, guidance and links to further sources of support.

Global Cyber Alliance

The Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) is an international, cross-sector effort dedicated to eradicating cyber risk and improving our connected world. We achieve our mission by uniting global communities, implementing concrete solutions and measuring the effect.

Europol EC3 Cybercrime Centre

Europol set up the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) in 2013 to strengthen the law enforcement response to cybercrime in the EU and thus to help protect European citizens, businesses and governments from online crime. EC3 focuses on the following types of cybercrimes: cyber-dependent crime, online child sexual exploitation and payment fraud. The EC3 Strategy & Development team is responsible for coordinating prevention and awareness measures.

Clydesdale Bank & Yorkshire Bank

Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank offer a full range of financial products to help people and businesses grow. Big enough to matter, small enough to care, they have a strong personal customer base and a business banking capability across the UK.  Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank are committed to the safety and security of their customers’ online banking. Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank have teamed up with Virgin Money.

City of London Police

Since 2008, the City of London Police has been the national lead police force for fraud. This is a broad role that encompasses many aspects of the volume economic crime landscape, from investigating some of the country’s most complex frauds to hosting the National fraud and cybercrime reporting centre, Action Fraud.



Talion is a managed cybersecurity services vendor that builds programmes that are woven into the fabric of its customers’ organisations. Talion understands organisations’ unique challenges and ambitions, which enables it to minimise the relevant threat and place control back in the customer’s hands safeguarding its business and empowering its people to press on and do what they do best. Talion was launched in February 2021 following a buy-out from BAE Systems of its commercial cybersecurity arm.

Family Video Game Database

The Family Video Game Database has been created to help parents, carers and guardians gain a deeper understanding of video games. Through unusual lists of games, detailed search and alternative suggestions, it connects families with amazing, affordable video games that are valued by adults and children.

Although it’s a big list, it’s exclusive. Games are included in the database only if they offer unique and unusual ways to play, process and participate for particular age groups. Games are also included if they are important for parents to know about because of popularity or mature content.

Everything about the database is designed with parents and carers in mind. It is assumed that readers may not have played many (or any) games. There’s no jargon that’s not explained. Information is presented consistently and clearly. It’s a calm space for parents and carers to learn and discover.

Online Dating Association

The Online Dating Association was founded in 2014 when a group of leading dating services decided to create a body that would allow the sector to work together on standards and speak as one voice with regulators, law enforcement agencies and others.

Sight Scotland

Sight Scotland is one of Scotland’s oldest charities and has been dedicated to meeting the challenges of visual impairment for over two centuries. It exists to level the playing field, because it believes that everyone with sight loss deserves the opportunity to lead a great life. Its services range from providing specialist education to blind pupils, to residential care and document transcription to enable visually impaired people to access vital documents such as bank statements.


ABTA has been a trusted travel brand for 70 years, offering advice and guidance to the travelling public, as well as leading the travel industry in supporting high service standards, working with its members on health and safety, and promoting responsible tourism at home and abroad. Its offer of support, protection and expertise means that the travelling public can have confidence in ABTA; and a strong trust in its members.


VSTAG helps protect both buyers and sellers of pre-owned vehicles from fraud during the online vehicle transaction process. Forged from a strong partnership of the UK’s leading online car sales companies and the police, its members share information of known and suspected fraudulent advertisements – working together to reduce online vehicle crime.

Take Five to Stop Fraud

Take Five is a national campaign that offers straight-forward and impartial advice to help everyone protect themselves from preventable financial fraud. This includes email deception and phone-based scams as well as online fraud – particularly where criminals impersonate trusted organisations.

Fraud Advisory Panel

The Fraud Advisory Panel is a respected, influential and independent voice of the anti-fraud community. It champions best practice in fraud prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution, and help people and organisations to protect themselves against fraud. Members are drawn from all sectors – public, private and voluntary – and many different professions who are united by a common concern about fraud and a determination to do something about it.


Cifas is a not-for-profit fraud prevention membership organisation. It is the UK’s leading fraud prevention service, managing the largest database of instances of fraudulent conduct in the country. Its members are organisations from all sectors, sharing their data across those sectors to reduce instances of fraud and financial crime.

Scottish Police College

The Scottish Police College is a centre of learning excellence providing formally recognised courses and programmes through credit rated courses through the SCQF Framework, or universities or professional bodies. Its aim is to offer a range of training, assessment, qualifications and professional development opportunities to enable students to develop their professional competence throughout their career and beyond.

Safer Jobs

Safer Jobs (Safe Advice for Employment and Recruitment), the Recruitment Industry Counter-Fraud Forum, is a non-profit making, industry wide, forum created to raise awareness about and combating criminal activities that may be attempted on those within the industry or through the services provided by the industry.

Risk Crew

Risk Crew is an elite group of product-independent, information governance, risk, and compliance management professionals. It is the forerunner in the design and delivery of effective business information and communication technology risk and security solutions. It understands business risk and compliance and so also excels in the creation of operative controls and processes to cost-effectively comply with legislation, regulation and best commercial practices such as the Payment Card Industry (PCI), Data Security Standards (DSS), the UK Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018) and ISO/IEC 27001.

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Neighbourhood and Home Watch

Neighbourhood and Home Watch is one of the UK’s largest voluntary movements, covering approximately 3.8 million households.

The aim of the movement is to bring neighbours together to create strong, friendly, active communities where crime and anti-social behaviour are less likely to happen.

Its vision is that of a caring society that is focused on trust and respect in which people are safe from crime and enjoy a good quality of life.

The Neighbourhood & Home Watch Network (NHWN) is the charity and umbrella body which represents Neighbourhood Watch and Home Watch members across England and Wales.


GamCare is the leading national provider of information, advice and support for the prevention and treatment of problem gambling. GamCare operates the National Gambling HelpLine (Freephone 0808 8020 133 or via web chat at, 8am – Midnight, seven days a week) as well as providing free counselling across England, Scotland and Wales for anyone affected by problem gambling. GamCare’s expert services are confidential and non-judgemental.

Federation for Small Business

The Federation of Small Businesses is the UK’s largest campaigning pressure group promoting and protecting the interests of the self-employed and small business owners.

Family Gamer TV

FamilyGamerTV was set up in 2011 to offer unbiased and jargon-free video game information for families. As well as helping parents make informed choices about the games in the home, it also connects families with games that will work best for them. This has grown over the years to be the UK’s largest family gaming advice channel on YouTube.


Crimestoppers is an independent charity helping law enforcement to locate criminals and help solve crimes. It has an anonymous 24/7 phone number, 0800 555 111, that people can call to pass on information about crime; alternatively people can send supply information on an anonymous online form. No name nor any personal details are required.


NatWest‘s purpose is to focus on its customers’ needs and delivering excellent customer service. Safe and secure banking is a core priority in serving customers. That is why NatWest’s award-winning online banking service offers you control of your banking, with security you can trust. NatWest is a proud partner of Get Safe Online, which is a leading source of advice on the essentials for enjoying a safe online experience.

NTS eCrime Team

The National Trading Standards eCrime Team (NTSeCT) tackles online consumer scams, rip-offs and fraud of national significance, as well as those committed by text or email. NTSeCT was set up by the National Trading Standards Board with funding from the Department of Business Innovation and Skills.


The NPCC (National Police Chiefs’ Council) brings police forces in the UK together to help policing coordinate operations, reform, improve and provide value for money. Some of the biggest threats to public safety are national and international. The NPCC has  a collective strength by coordinating the operational response across forces. Crime is changing and so are citizens’ needs and expectations of policing. The NPCC is constantly adapting and reforming to keep people safe. Public confidence and support is essential. The NPCC is always striving to improve the way it works and learns from when things go wrong, to build people’s confidence.