Are you safe on-line???

Workshop for students and parents coming soon

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 Wherever children and teens gather, there will be criminals who try to target vulnerable kids at those locations.  Criminals are now targeting students online. Many teenagers are spending more and more time online, whether in online gaming rooms, email, or social networking sites such as Facebook.
The District attorney’s Office of the 18th Judicial District offers schools the RISK program to address common-sense approaches to issues involving teens and the internet, including the potential dangers and long-term consequences of online relationships, cyberbullying and child exploitation.

“So far over 14,000 parents and teens have been educated by the presentation offered by the RISK program””

So far over 14,000 parents and teens have been educated by the presentation offered by the RISK program.
You can take part October 11th, beginning at 5:30. It’s at the Family Resource Center 9700 E Easter Lane, Centennial. More information is available on the flyer here. screen-shot-2016-09-21-at-8-11-13-am
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