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Our agency is committed to keeping children safe - at home, at school, and at play. That's why we provide free programs for kids of all ages, teaching them how to safely interact with others, including law enforcement officers and people they meet online.
Our Crime Prevention Specialists teach kids, tweens, and teens how to be safe online, and highlight the dangers of the internet, with tips on how to safely navigate the web and social media, and how to avoid strangers online. The program also teaches youth how to define, recognize, and prevent bullying and cyberbullying. Click here to visit the Internet Safety page for a list of resources on how to keep your children safe online.
We want children to run TO law enforcement, not run away from them in fear. This program teaches children the role of law enforcement officers, and gives them an opportunity to interact with one of our deputies.
This powerful program teaches children how to react when confronted by a stranger.
Our Crime Prevention Specialists teach children how to properly wear a bicycle helmet, use proper hand signals, and safely navigate the roadways. They also teach the rules of the road.