Cyber bullying is defined as young people using technology to bully their peers. This can be accomplished through emails, chatrooms, social networking sites and text messages sent via computer or cellphones.
Take part in the Georgia Cybersafety Initiative The Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Georgia Department of Education, Georgia Emergency Management Agency, and Georgia Public Broadcasting are working together to provide a statewide program to encourage smart and ethical digital citizenship of our children. If you are interested in the program and in becoming trainer, download this brochure to get more information.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation recognizes cyber bullying as an issue of increased concern among parents, educators and organizations. (Cyber bullying is included in Georgia's Bullying Law.) Sue Dowling from the GBI developed the following training video to deepen people’s knowledge of the issue and help them understand what to do.