Stop Cyberbullying

Will Impact Someone Else Life

What is Cyberbullying

To tormented, threatened, and harassed someone in a type of way to make them feel uncomfortable.

Examples of Cyberbullying

  • Text messages/Emails
  • Pictures
  • Fake Profiles

Three differences between cyberbullying & bullying

Cyberbullying happen 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Most of all cyberbullying is a form of a personal attack that will carry. Bullying is an unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power of imbalance.

Effects of Cyberbullying

  • Using alcohol and drugs
  • Skip school
  • Receive poor grades
  • Health problems
  • Low self esteem

Prevention & Awareness

  • Encourage your kids to tell you immediately if they or someone else is being cyberbullied.
  • Have great sense of what your child is doing online to protect them and prevent them for being cyberbullied or doing it
  • Communication
  • Control your child online activities at all times
  • Ask for passwords that your child might have

Establishing Rules

  • Appropriate use of computers, cell phones, and other technology.
  • Tell them to not share anything that could harm or embarrass themselves or others.
  • Tell your kids to keep their password safe.

Report a Cyberbully

  • Don't respond to and don't forward cyberbullying messages
  • Keep evidence of cyberbullying
  • Block the person who is cyberbullying you or others

Report to your Online Service Provider

  • Review their terms and conditions or rights and responsibilities section.
  • Visit social media safety centers to learn how to block users and change setting to control who can contact you.

Report to your local Law Enforement

  • Threats of violence
  • Stalking and hate crimes
  • Child pornography

Report to your School

  • School can use the information use by others to help inform others about prevention and response strategies.
  • All schools are required to address cyberbullying in their anti-bullying policy.