Real Internet Safety for Kids (R.I.S.K.)

Real Internet Safety for Kids (R.I.S.K.) is a presentation offered to schools for students in grades 6th – 12th.  It focuses on the consequences of inappropriate practices involving the use of social media and other forms of electronic communication. The program is designed to educate young people on how certain types of communication (i.e. sexting, cyber-bullying, using strong language, hurtful messages, or sending or possessing inappropriate pictures of themselves or others) can have long lasting consequences, including societal impact, school disciplinary action, and possibly criminal charges.  It also addresses the need for students to be aware of online predators (adults trolling the internet for young people to have inappropriate relations with), and for students to be cautious of who they are communicating with and what information they are disseminating.

If you would like to have an Assistant District Attorney give a R.I.S.K. presentation to your class  please submit your request below.