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MWR Lunch & Learn Series April 23rd
Protecting Children on the Internet with Detective Sergeant Gerald Yott from Michigan State Police
Join MWR on Friday, April 23rd from 11:30 AM-12:30 PM EST for the Lunch & Learn Presentation: Protecting Children on the Internet. Michigan State Police Detective Sergeant Gerald Yott will be presenting on keeping children safe on the Internet. D/Sgt Yott is part of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
• Today's child has it hard
• Dialog with your Children
• Not what if it happens, but when?
• Protect and How to navigate sites
Join us April 23rd through the following links or call-in number:
Web Conf Url: https://conference.apps.mil/webconf/ProtectChildren
Call In: 410-874-6300 or DSN: 312-874-6300 Access: 916741816
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Questions or additional information, feel free to contact Lisa Grenon at
269-961-4051 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Wexford County Family Expo
The Traverse City Computer Crimes Unit was well-represented at the Wexford County Family Expo on Sunday, March 1. There was a great turnout, and our Troopers and Investigators were able to speak to the public about the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and other services the Computer Crimes Unit offers!