Cyber Safety

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Learn about the risks of and tactics used by online predators as well as what constitutes a cyber crime and how to report it

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Learn how to identify potential threats that could endanger your child as well as important tips and safety measures

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Information about protecting yourself while surfing the internet, safeguarding personal information and avoiding potentially dangerous situations

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Learn how to protect yourself online while playing games, surfing the internet and having fun

Contact Us

address: Attorney General of Florida
The Capitol, PL-01
Tallahassee, FL 32399
phone: (850) 414-3300
online: Contact Form
news: Weekly Newsletter

CyberSafety Presentations

2012/2013 School Year:
40,196* students reached
2,046* reported victimization
*Stats as of 3/19/2013

2011/2012 School Year:
59,546* students reached
2,967* reported victimization
*Stats as of 3/19/2013

2010/2011 School Year:
114,080* students reached
5,882* reported victimization
*Stats as of 3/19/2013

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SafeSteps to protect Florida's children

SafeSteps is designed with parents in mind as they pursue their primary responsibility of protecting the youngest members of their family. This publication contains valuable information and resources that may be of assistance to you and your children. We hope you find this useful.

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CyberSafety Presentation

Every day 77 million children use the internet and, of children ages 10-17, one out of every seven will be sexually solicited online. In 2007, The Florida Attorney General's CyberSafety Education Program debuted at middle and high schools across the state, educating students about the risks of and tactics used by online predators as well as what constitutes a cybercrime and how to report it.