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The Talk: Understanding Human Trafficking & How to Protect Your Children

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THE TALK: Understanding Human Trafficking & How To Protect Your Children

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THIS is the information you have been asking for regarding keeping your kids safe online.

THE TALK will be a comprehensive Human Trafficking/Cybersafety Awareness opportunity for parents, family, guardians of children of any age.

Join this session with Guelph Police Service, Wellington County OPP and Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington to learn what is Human Trafficking, how traffickers are targeting our children and how you can keep your kids safe.

DC Hugh Currie (Internet Child Exploitation Unit), PC Beth Hickey (Youth Resiliency Officer) and Sarah Bowers-Peter (Program Coordinator CSGW) will lead you through the real-life situations our children are facing, and provide you with concrete tools to help combat this problem from the minute you log off the session.

Learn the myths about Human Trafficking, social media and the culture around youth engagement. Bring your questions and have them answered by individuals who are combating this growing crime on a daily basis.

NOTE: topics will include addiction, sexual assault, mental health, suicide, physical abuse, emotional abuse and weapons.

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Organizer Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington

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Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington (CSGW) is a not for profit, charitable organization that provides a safe, confidential and anonymous method of reporting crime in the City of Guelph and County of Wellington. Tipsters who provide information that leads to an arrest could receive a cash reward of up to $2,000.

CSGW takes an active role in generating awareness of resolving crime, as well as shining a spotlight on crimes that are particularly impactful to the communities it serves.

For more information on CSGW, go to www.csgw.tips. 

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