It is important to keep our children safe when they are on-line and using other media. Below are resources that give you information about on-line safety, blocking objectionable information on wireless devices, distracted driving, and emergency situations – such as Amber Alerts and the nationwide Emergency Alert System.

On-line Safety

  • Practical information about talking to children and teenagers about on-line safety including social networking, cyberbullying, using mobile phones safely, and protecting the family computer. Read More…

Block Objectionable Content on Wireless Phones/Devices

  • You can protect your children by blocking objectionable content on their cell phones and other mobile devices. Learn How…

Distracted Driving – Don't Text and Drive

  • According to AAA, nearly 50 percent of teens admit to texting while driving. Remember - no one should text and drive. Be an example for your children and if you need to text or talk on the phone, pull over to a safe place. For more information about how to talk to your teen about safe driving, Read More…

In Case of Emergency

  • AMBER Alerts, part of the Emergency Alert System (EAS), aid in the rescue of children in the most serious child-abduction cases. Learn More…
  • Emergency Alert System (EAS) - The national public warning system that lets the President use all forms of communication – including TV, radio, cable, satellite and others – to address the American public during a national emergency. Learn More…
  • Communicate with Your Family During Emergencies - FCC/FEMA tips for communicating during an emergency. Learn More…

 

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Date Last Updated/Reviewed: 
Thursday, December 8, 2016