As part of our preventative effort MOICAC and RCCEEG officers provide
technology safety presentations to parents, students, educators and
community groups. This service is provided at no cost.
During a standard presentation for students task
force members explore the legal and social outcomes of online behavior
and emphasize personal responsibility in technology usage.
Topics covered include the basics of technology safety, cyberbullying, sexting/sextortion
and online predators.
Age-appropriate presentations suitable for students grades 5 through 12
are available, as well as programs suitable for parents, educators and
You can request a presentation by contacting:
WE Own the Net
We Own the Net is a program designed to empower
youth in their digital environment, teach digital responsibility and
address the importance of resolving and reporting digital issues. A
standard presentation includes dispelling some of the most commonly
held beliefs about technology usage, a review of basic technology
safety, frank discussions about how cyberbullying, sexting/sextortion
and online predators impact tweens and teens, and a lesson in digital
self-defense. We Own the Net is available for students grade 7 or
above, parents, educators, summer camps, youth groups, churches and
other community groups.
This service is provided at no cost.
To request We Own the Net please contact our
Prevention Specialist, Jennifer Schiffman
at 636-949-3020, x 4681, 417-599-1455 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coming soon: View technology safety presentations and
We Own the Net online.