“Cyberlife: What’s REALLY Happening Online?”
The Office of Prevention Programs believes that anyone can make a difference in a student’s life. For this reason we work to provide as many resources as possible to make informed decisions about ways that you can effectively intervene. Although it is impossible to collect all the resources available, OPP strives to keep up with the latest in research and resources, and make some of our favorites available on our website as a jumping off point.
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Resources and Links
Please Note: A program or website being mentioned here does not imply endorsement by the School Board of Broward County and does not necessarily reflect its views. Please contact the program developers directly for the most current information.
BEEP – for School District employees, the Discovery Health resource has innumerable videos, classroom exercises and lesson plans
Florida Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse. As part of the MEPIC’s services, a toll-free telephone line (1-888-356-4774) is available twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week as well as a directory of resources available for additional assistance in locating a child; emergency flyers requested by law enforcement agencies containing descriptors of missing children believed to be in immediate danger; training for law enforcement agencies and public/private organizations regarding the operations of the MEPIC; and a child safety guide which includes a list of precautions which outlines programs to insure our children’s safety.
iKeepSafe.org Teaches basic rules of Internet safety to children and parents, reaching them online and in school
- Inappropriate Material Sent to a Minor? Contact email provider and NCMEC Hotline, (800) 843-5678
NetSmartz 411 Parents’ and guardians’ premier, online resource for answering questions about Internet safety, computers, and the Web
SafeFlorida.net, a Florida website dedicated to fighting CyberCrime and supporting CyberSafety.
School Board of Broward County Special Investigative Unit, (754) 321-0725
WebWiseKids.org Teaches children and their caregivers strategies for safe Internet use, including methods of detecting and deterring online predators
xblock.isafe.org The place created by iSafe for students to hang out, learn about cyber safety and share their online experiences with others