Stop Cyberbullying

Have a heart and don't take a part!

What is Cyberbullying ?

Cyberbullying is when a person on the internet is bullying another person.

Examples of Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is when mean text messages, emails, rumors are posted on a web site.

Three differences between cyberbullying & bullying

  • Cyberbullying can happen anywhere at any time 7 days a week 24 hours a day.
  • Sometime it is difficult to trace the images or where the post is coming from.
  • It is very hard to delete message or photos after they have been sent out.

Effects of Cyberbullying

Students that are cyberbullied can led to trying drugs, skipping school, getting in trouble with the law, not being able to go to school and even lowering someone self-esteem.

Prevention & Awareness

  • Know the sites your kids are going on and who is on there and why are they going on there that site,
  • Always go behind your kids and check the web sites they just got off of .
  • Ask your child what type of web site they like to go on. Look them up and see what the web sites are about.
  • Get their password for any social media web site they have just in case something happens and you have to go through it.

Establishing Rules

Always tell your kid to be careful what they post on the internet. Never let anyone have their password because they could get in there and change stuff. Set it where only family and close friends can see the post.

Reporting a Cyberbully

Don't text a cyberbully back. Always keep track of the date , time , and what happen. Then after that , just block the user.

Report to your online Service Provider

You can go over the terms and conditions and see what's right and what isn't . You can also report the cyberbully to the social media site and they will do something about it .

Report to your local Law Enforcement

You can report if someone takes a picture of you where you think it would have had privacy. You can also report someone if they are stalking you . If you send or have children pornography photos you can go to jail too.

Report to your school

Two ways for your school is help you out with cyberbullying. One way is the school and use the information and use it against the bully. Schools in different states sometimes has to put a stop to it because it is in the schools policy.