Issues | Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children
SEVENTH ANNUAL CYBER CRIME PREVENTION SYMPOSIUM
For Students, Educators, and Parents
Thursday, October 29, 2015
8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Will be held at The California Endowment
New variety of Workshops and Presentations on the ever changing World of Cyber Space, including training tips and ideas by representatives from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Attorney’s Office, Los Angeles Police Department - Internet Crimes Again Children Task Force, Los Angeles City Attorney's Office, Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, Anti-Defamation League, Peace Over Violence, Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center, Archdiocese of Los Angeles and Inter-Agency Council on Child Abuse and Neglect
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This event is free. Continental breakfast and lunch is included. Ample free parking is available. For inquiries, please email Donna Uy-Barreta at email@example.com or call her at (213) 978-8096.
The sixth annual Cyber Crime Prevention Symposium was held on October 29th, 2014 at the California Endowment in Los Angeles. The Symposium provided a unique opportunity for students, parents, and educators to learn about the dangers of the Internet and how to stay safe online.
A coalition of law enforcement agencies, child advocacy groups, and private entities participated in the symposium. The event provided a comprehensive overview of the many relevant topics relating to Cyber Crime with workshops and panel discussions on topics that included child exploitation, computer forensics, cyber bullying, "digital reputation," smart phone safety, and piracy. Special celebrity guests from Disney programs delighted those in attendance by making an appearance during the lunch break.
To encourage students to take back the information learned from attending this one-day symposium, student teams were invited to participate in a contest to develop a cyber safety program at their respective schools in order to educate the entire student body on the various risks associated with cyber crime.
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