The force are holding internet safety sessions to make parents aware of the dangers of the internet for children and steps they can take to minimise any risk. They say they deal with Facebook issues on a day to day basis.
A series of Internet safety sessions are be run in the Scottish Borders to give parents help and guidance on keeping children safe while online.
Officers in Kelso, Hawick, Eyemouth, Peebles, Galshiels and Melrose will hold a series of one hour sessions over the next six months.
A presentation by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Unit will be given highlighting the risks young people face while online. The sessions are open to everyone. PC Rachel Stevenson said: