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​Project Cybersafe

Project CyberSafe presentations are available for a student audience and for parents and other adults who are responsible for children's online activities.

The Project CyberSafe for students presentation educates students in grades 4-6 about cyberbullying, online threats, responsible online social networking, and the law. The presentations are done in an interactive format encouraging student involvement and participation.

The Project CyberSafe for parents and adults presentation educates adults on the risks of cyberbullying, dangers of unmonitored online activity by children and protecting personal information online.

All presentations are done by deputy prosecutors.

Topics discussed during a Project Cybersafe presentation include:

  1. The basics of bullying.
  2. Relevant statutes that apply to bullying and the juvenile justice system.
  3. The subpoena power of the court and the ability of the prosecutor’s office to get phone, facebook and email records.
  4. Student responsibility when faced with bullying.
  5. “Privacy” on the internet is an illusion and anything you  post could potentially be seen by the entire online world.
  6. ​For more information or to schedule a presentation please contact us through our Project Cybersafe

    See slides from the presentation:


Project CyberSafe Resources for Students

Project CyberSafe Resources for Parents