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Internet crimes against children talk at C-FC school (02/06/2006)
The PTO, C-FC School and Alma School are proud to sponsor a free educational seminar about protecting children's safety while using the Internet. The presentation will be at the C-FC School, in the James Granum Auditorium on Wednesday, February 15th at 7 p.m. We encourage everyone who cares for children and the awareness and safety of our community to attend.

The presenter for this evening has substantial firsthand experience of the dangers lurking for unsuspecting Internet users. Eric Szatkowski has been a special agent with the Wisconsin Department of Justice/Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) since 1991. He's currently assigned to the state's Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force in Milwaukee. Since 1999, Eric has become one of the nation's leading undercover officers in apprehending sexual predators who use the Internet to seduce or exploit children. Eric's arrests have also included those who sexually assault children, distribute, possess, and/or manufacture child pornography, and expose children to harmful materials. Eric has instructed on Internet crimes against children to more than 31,000 people in Wisconsin and the U.S. Eric's work has been recognized by many national and state organizations and some of his cases have been featured in numerous media outlets including Cold Case Files and People Magazine.

Eric will educate C-FC & Alma students in grades five through twelve during the day. After the evening presentation, faculty will be available to help those who want step-by-step guidance with online activity monitoring.

Please take time to join us for an engaging and eye-opening presentation that will help parents and community members to recognize harmful online activity.

Due to the nature of the subject, the evening presentation is appropriate for adults only. 

 

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