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NCPCV partners with technology company to improve school climate and enhance campus safety

Partnership will facilitate free ProText My School service to schools across the country   The National Center for the Prevention of Community Violence is excited to announce a new partnership that will help us continue to interrupt the process of violence, improve school climate, and enhance campus safety through programs, training, and technology across the…

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5 Ways to Protect Your Kids From Online Bullying

Your children face challenges that you never had to deal with growing up. A recent tale of cyber bullying involved Audrie Pott, a 15 year old California teenage who committed suicide after pictures of her rape circulated around social networks when her rapists uploaded them. While not all cyber bullying is taken to this kind of extreme,…

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The U.S. is Finally Fighting the Cyberbullying Disease

  The faceless, sometimes even nameless, threat of cyberbullying is a modern inception that has grown exponentially withthe popularity of social networks. As these new threats arise, new policies are needed to combat them, and many of these policies have come in the form of laws intended to slow down the wave of cyberbullying. Laws,…

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Two More Myths to Dispel About Bullying

MYTH: Cyberbullying is just mean kids acting out in social media. That may be true, but this new media is incredibly powerful and broad in scope. The choice by some adults to minimize their own exposure to social media has served to increase the potential for younger people to be victimized through social networking. While…

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Preparation of Our Kids for the Inevitable 21st Century Bullying

For hundreds of years it remained pretty much the same, a big kid picking on a smaller one. But with the advent of this age of booming technology, the bully is changing and finding this new technological growth to be of great use to damage children in more far-reaching and indelible ways. The bully can…