To Schedule a presentation, please call (619) 232-2130.

To learn more about keeping your kid safe online, click here.

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March 25, 2015

Honor our Women in Blue
March 25, 2015
Valley View Casino Center

The San Diego Police Foundation's Women in Blue luncheon will celebrate SafetyNetTM along with the San Diego Police Department's Women in Blue Honorees—officers and detectives who work to keep us safe online and on the street. We are so proud to support their efforts and partner with them in this critical work.

Click here to learn more

September 2014

SafetyNet® is airing our Calling All Parents media campaign on NBC 7 San Diego for the third time this fall.

The primary goal of the campaign is to engage parents in taking an active role in their children’s cell phone and computer usage. The program is being sponsored by Cox Communications and ESET, both of these technology companies understand the importance of teaching children to use technology in positive and safe ways.

June 2014

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

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August 2013

SafetyNet™ featured on NBC News.

120,000 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:

  • 120,000 students
  • 15,000 teachers and parents
  • 200 schools

Let us help you keep your kids safe online. Call Kristen Amicone to set up a presentation at your child's school: (619) 232-2130. 

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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Students May Be Charged With Terrorism

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Teenagers making online threats may be charged with terrorism, future academic and employment opportunities may be in jeopardy, and their parents may be sued for law enforcement recovery costs. (Continued)

Online Bullying Not Just for Kids

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Teaching middle school kids to recognize their feelings and giving them the tools to manage their emotions is a great strategy for older kids. (Continued)


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


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.


Parent's Corner

Teaching children to use technology safely and smartly is every parent's priority.  Setting rules in regard to screen time, managing children's mobile devices and, providing age appropriate guidelines will enable kids to thrive online.





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.