Free Tech Safety Presentations
Provided by the MO ICAC Task Force
Who We Are and What We Do
The Missouri Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (MO ICAC) is a statewide network of law enforcement officers and prosecutors dedicated to the investigation, prosecution and prevention of online child sexual exploitation. We are headquartered at the St. Charles County Sheriff's Department in O'Fallon with regional task forces throughout Missouri.
As part of it's prevention effort MO ICAC offers technology safety presentations to students, staff, parents and communities at no charge. Topics include oversharing, sexting, sextortion, online predators and cyberbullying prevention.
The 50 minute assembly for students is called We Own the Net: Digital Self-Defense and is designed to reach students at their level in their language. Age-appropriate programs are available for students in grades 5-12.
Digital Self-Defense for Students
Digital Defense for Parents - Talking to Tw/eens About Technology
Parent presentations also run 50 minutes but we suggest you allow an additional 30 minutes for questions.
Digital Defense for Educators
Jennifer Schiffman, Prevention Specialist
Where the Kids Go...
Even when they know better.
Alternative Means of Communication
How kids connect without a cell phone.
Where the Kids Also Go...
To ask questions.