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Gwinnett County Police Department | 5 ways to keeps kids safe on the Web
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Gwinnett County Police Department | 5 ways to keeps kids safe on the Web

(submitted by Gwinnett County Communications)

5 ways to keep kids safe on the Web

The Gwinnett County Police Department urges parents to be aware of their children's activities on the Web:

1.     Set rules for when your children are allowed to surf the Internet and for how long

2.     Keep the computer in a high-traffic area such as the living room or kitchen and closely supervise your kids' usage

3.     If you child has a Facebook or Twitter account, make sure you have access to those accounts

4.     Research the technology you buy for your children so you'll have an understanding of what they're using

5.     Don't rely on monitoring software alone to protect your children; technology can't replace your time and attention as a parent

Another important tip: Please call 911 if you ever need a police officer to arrive at your house, an accident, or even a non-emergency incident. This is the quickest way that an officer can be dispatched to assist you during any time of the day.

 

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