Hopkins Class to Teach Parents Online Safety | Crime
The Hopkins Police Department wants to help parents keep their kids safe online. The Department is hosting a free safety seminar this month.
"The police department is very passionate about this important safety issue and looks forward to educating the public and parents regarding this valuable training," said the City of Hopkins in an email to residents.
It will be held Monday, April 16th, in the Little Theater at Hopkins High School (2400 Lindbergh Drive, Minnetonka).
A presentation from the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task force will be included. The police department says ICAC will talk about "personal safety issues and physical computer security."
Also presenting will be a local counseling agency called Phoenix Process Consultants which "will present on current family problems related to technology and cumpulsive video gaming, and suggest strategies for families to manage them," said the police department in a posting on its website.
For more information on the seminar, click here.
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