Join the FVTC ICAC Training & TA Program, for a live webinar to discuss Send This Instead, a response to the self-peer exploitation (sexting) issue that has become predominant among youth today.
The response, developed by the Ontario Provincial Police Child Sexual Exploitation unit, includes various presentations and a mobile app targeting youth and presenting humor as a strategy to deal with the pressure to send intimate images. All participants will be provided with links to download the presentations and given an overview on how to modify them using tools such as Prezi for their own use.
Attend this webinar to:
Learn about new and different tools that can be used to create effective presentations.
Learn about different approaches to the self-peer exploitation issue.
Technical Level: Basic
This webinar is open to both law enforcement and non-law enforcement personnel.
Who should attend:
This webinar is primarily designed for those who present technology safety presentations to students, parents or other community members. Supervisors, School Resource Officers and Public Information Officers will also benefit from this information.
Joseph Versace is a programmer and analyst with the Ontario Provincial Police. He has created tools to assist law enforcement in dealing with the sharing of child exploitation material on Peer to Peer networks. During the last year he has developed a mobile application called "Send This Instead" to help youth deal with the pressure to send intimate images.
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