AUGUST 04, 2017
TO: ALL MEDIA OUTLETS
FROM: SHERIFF LELAND FALCON
SUBJECT: FRESHMAN PARENT ORIENTATION
OF SOCIAL MEDIA
NAPOLENVILLE – Assumption Parish Sheriff Office
Captain Donnie Calamia addressed the parents of the 2017-2018 Freshman Class at
Assumption High regarding the dangers related to the use of social media.
The presentation covered the topics of sexting, cyber
safety and insight into the many dangers law-enforcement encounters every day
in the cyber world. School
administrators also see on a daily basis those dangers that children face
during their high school years.
The presentation included tips to parents to keep
their children safe and out of trouble as they enter high school in an attempt
to deter the cybercrime epidemic that we have experienced in recent years.
Sheriff Leland Falcon said the seminars are a valuable
tool in the parish school systems. "The
presentations are not only aimed at preventing our children from becoming
victims, but also as importantly, an objective is to prevent children from
unintentionally violating social media related laws”, Falcon said.
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