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September, 2004

We have developed a training for parents and other concerned adults to both inform and help minimize the risks that youth face on the Internet.

Topics covered include potential dangers, risk factors, warning signs, and options for increasing safety.  Included is a handout with a list of resources/links for further information and assistance.

Since you probably can't attend to hear us give this training in person, we've incorporated most of our presentation within the speakers notes of the PowerPointŪ presentation.  To view the notes, you must open the presentation using PowerPoint.  Other organizations are welcome to use or modify this training to meet their own requirements.  We would appreciate if you would credit Rape101.com.

To view the slideshow or handout, click on the appropriate link.  To save the files to your hard disk, right-click on each link.

InternetSafety.ppt (slideshow/notes, 73 kb)
InternetSafety.doc (handout, 52 kb)

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