3 series of workshop Cost $20.00 Total per family
Sedgwick County Extension Education Center
April 9, 16, 23, 2015
Presenter: Detective Jennifer Wright
Exploited & Missing Child Unit/Internet Crime against Children
Register at www.sedgwick.ksu.edu or 316-660-0100
Children have embraced the internet with remarkable enthusiasm as they go online to learn, play, and communicate with their friends. Unfortunately, cyberspace is not always safe place for youngsters to visit. Some sex offenders use the privacy and anonymity of the Internet to prey on vulnerable children and teenagers whose Internet access is often unsupervised.
The National Center of Missing & Exploited Children disclosed that one in five children age 10-17 received a sexual solicitation over the Internet in the past year. (Finkelhor, Mitchell, and Wolak, 2000)
K-State Research & Extension is offering a set of 3 Hands-on Workshops for any parent who want to:
Understand the same technology their children use every day. Bridge the gap between what their children know and what they know. Be able to assist their children and protect them.
The workshops will cover:
Understanding of the history behind the Internet
How to investigate where information is kept on a computer
How to locate where some of the communications come from that our children receive. And More…