Appropriate Diversions for Vaping, Sexting and Cyber Bullying In Your Schools
Join us Thursday, August 8th at 1pm Central
Technology, social networks, phone apps, sexting, cyber-bullying, sextortion, new drugs, new crimes and so much more, are constantly evolving, stretching the limits of our administrators and officers capabilities and understanding. In this webinar, Detective Rich Wistocki, of Be-Sure Consulting will share appropriate diversions and tips for monitoring a child’s online activity, steps to take if a student is being cyber-bullied, and ways to address and communicate these issues with students and staff.
In this webinar you will learn:
Tips for monitoring a child’s online activity
Steps to take if a student is being cyber bullied and ways to address it
How to communicate online dangers and issues with students and staff
Resources and tools available to help districts keep students safe
About Our Speaker
Rich Wistocki Detective Be-Sure Consulting
Child crime expert Detective Richard Wistocki has dedicated his career to helping children by tirelessly pursuing, apprehending, and prosecuting child predators. As an active Cyber Crimes Detective, he educates law enforcement using cutting edge investigative techniques and educates parents and students on responsible digital activity. Detective Wistocki is a 30 year decorated member of Law Enforcement, a 23 year SWAT team member, a member of the United States Secret Service Chicago Electronic Crimes Task Force (CECTF), a member of the Illinois Attorney General’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC), and a High Technology Crimes Detective in Naperville, IL. Mr. Wistocki formed the Will County Illinois States Attorney’s High Technology Crimes Unit that made over 90 sexual predator arrests in its first 3 ½ years. He also created the Created Juvenile Justice Online program, a first of its kind diversion program redefining the future of positive juvenile reform.