Social media safety is becoming more important in our interconnected world. To learn important tips about how to keep you and your family safe on social media, please see what School Resource Officers Holly Kehoe and Brian Bastil have to say in our videos below.
Have you or your child been the victim of a technology-facilitated crime? The Wisconsin Department of Justice offers Victim Services Support including on-scene response, follow-up support, referrals to additional resources, and prevention education for parents, teachers, and other community partners. Their brochure summarizes a list of additional support and resources.
For more helpful tips and videos from the U.S. Department of Justice, please also click here.
Sheboygan PD School Resource Officers share tips for parents to keep their kids safe on Discord.
What’s not to like about Likee? The reality is that Likee is a social media platform referred to as a “pedophile’s paradise.” Officers Bastil and Kehoe talk about the dangers in this video.
In this video, Officers Bastil and Kehoe talk about Omegle, the “talk to strangers” app. Learn about the dangers it poses and how to keep you and your family safe!
Officer Bastil and Officer Kehoe are back to tell you about the most popular app being used by kids. In this video they talk about Snapchat, including what it is and the dangers it poses. Watch to learn about disappearing photos and how friends and strangers are able to see your location.
School Resource Officers Bastil and Kehoe share tips for parents to keep their kids safe on TikTok.
Video Game Safety
Have you heard of Fortnite or seen kids do Fortnite dances like The Floss or Electro Shuffle? Officers Bastil and Kehoe talk about popular online games and ways to keep your kids safe. Not only do they talk about Fortnite, but Roblox and Minecraft too.
Have you heard of Tinder? What about a Tinder-for-teens app? In this episode, School Resource Officer Kehoe and School Resource Officer Bastil talk about Yubo. Help keep your kids safe on social media!