Cyber Safety Initiative Will Go To Schools To Talk With Kids and Parents

Crime Stoppers of Houston, partnership with Sprint launched a joint Cyber Safety Initiative aiming to keep kids safe through education and outreach.

Parents and kids need to be aware of how to protect themselves from digital dangers that exist online. Today Crime Stoppers of Houston and Sprint launched a Cyber Safety Initiative.

Rania Mankarious,the Executive Director of Crime Stoppers of Houston says they're taking cyber safety tips into schools.

"Throughout this school year we will offer free cyber safety presentation to students in pre-kindergarten through high school, in over 26 school districts, we will provide free parent presentation where ever requested with up to date critical information focus on current online risk and trends."

The average tech-savvy kid age with a smartphone is 10 years old. John Stevens, with Sprint says that the company plans to offer information at all local stores to educate parents and kids on smart phone utilization.

Executive Director, Crime Stoppers of Houston holds tips for cyber safety
Rania Mankarious, Executive Director of Crime Stoppers of Houston, holds tips for cyber safety.
Crime Stoppers of Houston   and Sprint Launched The Cyber Safety Initiative
Crime Stoppers of Houston and Sprint launched the Cyber Safety Initiative.


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