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OJJDP Blog Discusses Internet Safety and Cyberbullying Prevention

In a new blog post commemorating October as National Bullying Prevention Awareness and National Cyber Security Awareness Month, OJJDP Acting Administrator Eileen M. Garry discusses OJJDP's commitment to keeping children safe online through education, resources, training, and grant funding. The blog also highlights OJJDP's funding to the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Forceprogram, which helps law enforcement develop responses to online child victimization and pornography.


Date Created: October 19, 2017