While surfing the web, online safety is a concern for everyone. Please use these rules for online safety.
My Rules for Online Safety
I will never give out or send personal information (photos, addresses, telephone numbers or location of my school) without my parents' permission.
If I come across or am sent information online that makes me feel uncomfortable, I'll tell my parents or teacher and I will not respond to this kind of message.
I'll never agree to get together with someone I meet online without my parents' prior knowledge and consent.
If someone sends you anything online that makes you feel uncomfortable, you can report the incident directly to the Police Department by calling (973) 227-1400. You may also call National Center for Missing & Exploited Children 24-Hour Tipline at 1-800-843-5678.
Take the Internet Safety Quiz for Kids!
Check the following links as well!
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- Call our tips hotline: (973) 227-9290
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