During the second webinar of our three-part Back to School Internet Safety series, panelists focused on ways we can arm our communities (and our youth) against online sexual exploitation. Viewers will learn about a variety of safety tactics, from conversational prevention to parental control options.
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Panelists included: Dr. Renee Murrell, Retired Victim Specialist, FBI, Jerry Peyton, Founder & President, Sold No More, Former Pastor, Lisa Hansen, Education Director, Power Over Predators, Sold No More and Renee Abrams, School Safety Manager, Bark for Schools along with our host, Kelly McCaughey, Volunteer and Community Engagement Manager, Shared Hope International.
Here are some resources from today’s panelists:
Dr. Renee Murrell, Retired Victim Specialist, FBI: https://www.fbi.gov/resources/victim-services
Jerry Peyton, Founder & President, Sold No More, Former Pastor: SoldNoMore.org
Lisa Hansen, Education Director, Power Over Predators, Sold No More: PowerOvePredators.org
Renee Abrams, School Safety Manager, Bark for Schools: bark.us/schools
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