Cyber Choices

Cyber Choices is a national programme, coordinated by the National Crime Agency, and delivered by Cyber Choices teams in Regional Organised Crime Units and local Police Cyber teams. At SEROCU, we deliver Cyber Choices to the Southeast, and cover Thames Valley, Hampshire, Surrey and Sussex local Police areas.

Cyber Choices is all about helping young people to make the right choices in their online behaviour. We want to support them in understanding the law and making informed decisions when using technology. We promote positive, legal cyber opportunities, both in training and skills development and in future careers. To find out more information, please click on the the relevant button below.

We work with individuals who are at risk of, or on the cusp of, committing cyber-dependent crimes. We aim to avoid criminalisation of these young people, and work with them to educate them about the Computer Misuse Act.

We also offer free training for school staff and other partners about the Cyber Choices programme, including when and how to make a referral to us. For more information on these sessions, please email us at CyberChoices@serocu.police.uk.

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Cyber News

Welcome to our new website! Check back regularly for news articles linked to young people and cyber, and updates on what the SEROCU Cyber Choices team have been up to!

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  • Entries for the AstroPi Mission Zero close soon on 25th March 2024, so get your team together, get coding and enter now! Astro Pi computers are based on the ISS and can take readings from their colour and luminosity sensors. This data can be used to create images on the background – and this year’s… Read more!


  • Parent and Carer Webinars

    We are running free parent and carer webinars over the coming weeks. These last around an hour, and aim to give parents and carers an insight into the risks young people face around potentially sliding into committing computer misuse offences, whether they realise it or not. To sign up to one of these sessions, please… Read more!


  • Register your team for the Cyber First Girls Competition before 20th November! The CyberFirst Girls Competition aims to inspire girls interested in technology to pursue a career in cyber security and is open to teams of up to 4 girls in Year 8. Teams take on challenges in various elements of cyber security, which could… Read more!