If you would like more information on how to protect your children, visit www.safeonline.org.uk.
Below is a directory to all the major media producers in the UK. Follow the links to have your say, and make a stand for family values in the media.
Parentport is a government initiative set up to unite the UK’s major media regulators in order to enforce standards and protect children from inappropriate material. They are keen to hear the views of parents, grandparents and carers, therefore, it is really important to use this valuable online resource in order to have your say.
Parentport Have Your Say form here
If you wish to use parentport to make a complaint, you will be directed to individual regulators.
BBFC insight: search for a film, click on this icon and read a detailed justification for that particular film’s classification, and information about the adult content it contains.
Send your comments about programmes to the Office of Communications (Ofcom), the broadcasting regulator. Your opinion is important. Ofcom monitors and keeps a record of all complaints and publishes frequent bulletins of its findings.
Tel: 03700 100222
To improve accountability the BBC Trust has its own website. Information is here
Comment on Channel 4 programmes here
Comment on BSkyB programmes here
Comment on VirginMedia programmes here
Comment on films via the British Board of Film Classification here
Report illegal internet content to the Internet Watch Foundation here
Members of Parliament can be contacted here