When you go to the new Safety Center, you'll see content organized by audience type and by topics such as "Addressing Personal Safety" and "Responding to Objectionable Content." Parents will find special content in the "Safety for Parents" section with advice from Facebook's partner and member of its Safety Advisory Board, Common Sense Media.
Some new features of the safety center include more content on staying safe, such as dealing with bullying online, an interactive portal and a simpler design. However, critical issues remain unresolved since Facebook did not actually install a "panic button."
Visit Facebook's Safety Center here