Moyle promotes ‘Cyber Savvy, Cyber Safe’ project

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The high number of cyber-crimes reported and concerns raised by parent, teachers and young people about the vulnerability of young people when using the internet is being heard by Moyle PCSP and the PSNI Public Protection Unit at a public meeting in the Glens Hotel on October 17 at 7 p.m..

The PCSP is collaborating with the Public Protection Unit to deliver ‘Cyber Savvy Cyber Safe’ Awareness - a project which will be offered to all post primary schools across Moyle. It will also offer workshops for parents and teachers to provide them with information and advice. If you are interested in having the workshop provided to a youth or community group contact Bridgeen or Jan at Moyle PCSP 2076 2225 or moylepcsp@moyle-council.org