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A Parent’s Guide to What You May OR May Not Want to Know About Your Child’s Social Media Life.
When it comes to your children, they are looking for you to have an open conversation with them. You may think you are invading their privacy, but you are looking out for their best interest. Don’t be scared; it will all be okay. You might end up surprising yourself on what your child tells you. Download flyer
2021 - Update - 10 Apps Every Parent Needs to Know About
Gone are the days where the only social media apps were Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. There are now millions of social apps available to download, many of them deemed inappropriate, but still available to young children and teenagers. Considering the increasing rate of digital crimes, parents need to be diligent in checking their children’s social media accounts and phone apps to ensure that their children are kept safe.
This is an updated list of apps that kids and teens are using now and we are sharing risks associated with them. As always, please remind your child not to share any personal information with anyone online, even if they think they know them. Download flyer
The Sheriff’s Office is launching a new program to increase its partnership with the community. The purpose of the Community Surveillance Partner Program is to enlist the general public, homes and businesses alike, to register with the Sheriff’s Office if they have a security camera system. Learn more...