To Schedule a presentation, please call (858) 453-5066.

  • New events are in development for 2014/2015, check back soon!
  • November 6, 2014
    12400 High Bluff Dr., #100
    San Diego 92130
    6:00-8:00 p.m.
    Adults and kids in 6th-12th grade.

    Babysitting available


June 2014

Friends of the Badge Luncheon features To Catch a Predator officers

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June 2014

SafetyNet's Cyberbullying Awareness public service announcement won an Emmy! Watch the PSA below:

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April 2014

SafetyNet® receives funding from ESET, Cox Communications and St. Germaine Children’s Charity

Thank you for helping us to protect our kids! :)

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August 2013

SafetyNet™ featured on NBC News.

105,000 Children Safer Online Thanks to
SafetyNet School Assemblies

Cyberbullying · sexting · hackers/scammers

SafetyNet: Smart Cyber Choices® is an award-winning Internet safety program of the San Diego Police Foundation and the San Diego Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. We are committed to making San Diego the #1 cyber safe city for kids through our educational programs, media outreach, and partnerships with the business community, law enforcement, and school districts.

Through assemblies and workshops, we have brought Internet safety awareness to more than:

  • 105,000 students
  • 10,000 teachers and parents
  • 200 schools

Let us help you keep your kids safe online. Call Darlene Kanzler to set up a presentation at your child's school: (858) 453-5066. 

San Diego Police Foundation, Every Dime Fights Crime San Diego Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force is a proud sponsor of SafetyNet

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Technophobe or Cyberphobe

Friday, August 1, 2014

Are you a cyberphobe? Is it time to consider integrating technology in a safe and sane manner into your children's lives? (Continued)

June Is Internet Safety Month!

Thursday, June 19, 2014

For many children of working parents, summer means spending a lot of time on the Internet unsupervised. Now is a great time to review the apps and websites your kids are frequenting and remind them how to stay safe when using smartphones and computers. (Continued)


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Educate yourself by becoming
(and staying) familiar with technology and the risks associated with its use.

How to Solutions

Most of today’s parents were not raised with the technology that is available to our kids. SafetyNet is empowering parents to take control of the technology in their kid’s lives.


Millions of friends anywhere anytime. What more could a kid want? Do you know who your kids are chatting with? What are they chatting about?

A Parents Guide to Facebook (PDF) By Anne Collier and Larry Magid, Co-Directors of



San Diego Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force

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San Diego PadresSecuring Our eCity Foundation Sempra energy is a proud supporter of SafetyNet
 Computers to San Diego Kids St Gremain's Children's Charities 

SafetyNet is a partnership of San Diego Police Foundation and
San Diego Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.