Stop Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying generally applies to young adults and children but it can happen to adults also. As parents, we have a responsibility to protect our children from any type of bullying and we can accomplish this through education, both for ourselves as well as our children. Today even the youngest child has access to a computer or a cell phone and can receive emails or pictures, and we have to be aware of what is coming onto that device. This poster gives you the basic tips on how to prevent it and report it.

Reporting cyberbullying is an important issue that should not be taken lightly, if not stopped it will continue and worsen. Educate your child to tell you about it. Do Not Allow This To Happen To You Or Your Child!

This Crime Prevention Message is brought to you by the Fannin County Criminal District Attorney Richard E. Glaser, as a public service. Please feel free to pass these posters and information on.

Download .PDF versions of the crime prevention poster (better for print).

Cyberbullying Crime Poster_FCDA