The San Diego Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the San Diego Police Foundation created the SafetyNet® program in 2010 keep kids safe online.
The SafetyNet® program consists of two key components:
School Assembly Presentations - Middle school students attend a 45-60 minute assembly that addresses all aspects of Internet safety- Cyberbullying, Social Media, Apps, Internet/Computer Security, Online Video Games, Illegal Downloading, Plagarism, and Internet Predators. Our assemblies meet all state and federal mandate requirements for school based Internet safety programs and eRate funding. Over 105,000 students have taken part in our assemblies.
Parent Workshops - Community presentations are led by a SafetyNet® cyber safety cyber safety advocate. Parents/adults are invited to this dynamic presentation to learn how to keep their kids safe online.
Start a SafetyNet® Program
Organizations affiliated with law enforcement or military agencies located outside of San Diego County are encouraged to learn more about teaching the SafetyNet® program. Take part in keeping America's kids safe online.
To schedule a presentation in the San Diego area or obtain more information about running a SafetyNet® program in your area, please contact:
San Diego Police Foundation