Child Cyber Safety Night at the Ballpark – September 6, 2014

I Know Better (INOBTR), a public outreach organization and Office of Justice Programs’ grantee working in partnership with Department of Justice leadership, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Internet Crimes Against Children task force program, coordinated this event to raise awareness and encourage parents to engage in an ongoing dialogue with their children regarding safe online and cell phone practices.

The event included a pre-game public service announcement from Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr. and an on-field Spirit Award Recognition.  Deputy Attorney General James M. Cole, OJJDP Administrator Bob Listenbee and other key officials represented the Department alongside law enforcement and community partners.

Prevention materials were distributed and experts were available to answer questions at the Community Clubhouse located in Center Field Plaza.   We hope you had a chance to speak with one of the representatives and enjoyed the game!

Child Cyber Safety Night at the Ballpark – September 6, 2014

Thank you for your interest!  We are pleased to bring you all of the materials distributed at Child Cyber Safety Night at the Ballpark on Saturday, September 6, 2014.  The U.S. Department of Justice press release has more information on this event.  Please take a minute to download the tips & information we shared at the ballpark – FBI Safe Online Surfing Program, Kids & Parents Tips from Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force as well as cellphone safety brochures developed by INOBTR (“I Know Better”) in partnership with iKeep Safe  Coalition.

Download Free Prevention Brochures

FBI - SOS brochure                      VA-ICAC brochure               Cell Phone Safety Brochures

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Trifold 2-sided Brochure                                   Trifold 2-sided Brochure                                    Three brochures

(8.5 x 11)                                                              (8.5 x 11)                                                            (8.5 x 11)

https://sos.fbi.gov                                       http://www.vsp.virginia.gov/                 http://www.ikeepsafe.org/cell-phone-smart/

In addition to these materials, you can also find public awareness campaigns developed by INOBTR through a cooperative agreement with the Department of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.  The campaigns are free of charge and available for use across the country.  Please contact INOBTR for additional information at kelly@INOBTR.org.

 

 

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