Teaching Internet Safety with iKeepSafe.org

July 1, 2009 at 1:09 pm Leave a comment

Here at The Neighborhood Crime Map, we believe in not only providing our readers with resources and tips for crime prevention in their neighborhoods, but also with resources that will help them keep their children safe.

I recently discovered a great site that is directed at giving parents and educators tools and information for teaching children about online safety and ethics. The site is iKeepSafe.org, and is an organization made up of a coalition of governors and first spouses, attorney’s general, public health and educational professionals, law enforcement, and others.

The site has a ton of resources, from videos to articles to coloring books, that teach online safety to children and parents—all of which are free. I highly recommend the site and urge you to visit it, as well as their blog, that will keep you up to date on issues in online child safety.

Visit the site here, and read the blog here.

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