Check out the resources Stephanie referenced in her webinar presentation on October 12, 2021.
A 37-year old mom goes undercover as an 11-year old girl to expose the dangers facing kids on social media platforms like Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok, and Kik. Left unsupervised, young children can be exposed to online predators, grooming, and psychological abuse within minutes.
"Every parent should watch this video!" -Stephanie Nancarrow
Author/Speaker Brooks Gibbs explains bullying in the most simplistic terms: Dominance behavior.
*This video was shown during Stephanie's presentation.
Brooks Gibbs demonstrates how to stop verbal aggression.
PDF Resources from ICAC and Indiana State Police
The 3 Ms of Fearless Digital Parenting: Proven Tools to Help You Raise Smart and Savvy Online Kids
by Carrie Rogers-Whitehead
How can we protect our kids online—and teach them to protect themselves?
Indiana State Police Internet Crimes against Children (ICAC) Youth Educators Program
Past high profile instances of youth being victimized by cyber bullies, and sexual predators demanded a proactive program be developed and implemented in an effort to inoculate youth against such criminal acts.
There are 61 Internet Crimes against Children Task Force (ICAC) in the United States. However, the Indiana ICAC Task Force is the first to have full-time Youth Educators. Each Youth Educator works within the structure of the Indiana ICAC Task Force with presentations specifically designed to prevent victimization in the areas of:
- Online child sexual solicitation
- Online child extortion, also known as sextortion
- Online production of child pornography
- Online bullying, also known as cyberbullying
- Online radicalization mitigation to reduce the recruitment of youth by terrorists and criminal extremists.
The Indiana ICAC Youth Educators provides age appropriate Cyber Safety presentations to help reach our youth before they become victims, to provide help to those who have already been victimized and mitigate the potential for acts of school violence committed due to online victimization.