Internet Safety Presentation by FBI Citizens Academy to be held March 4

Families and community members are encouraged to attend a “Parent University” informational presentation on social media and internet safety on Monday, March 4 at 6:30 p.m. at Gilles-Sweet Elementary (4320 W. 220th St.).

Randy Kimbro, a member of the FBI Citizens Academy, will be the presenter.

Topics covered will include how social media posts can effect future jobs, inappropriate searches and their effects, Apps to avoid, how the “bad guys” operate, and other important issues faced by internet users of all ages.

Come learn important information about how you can keep your children (and yourself) safe online.

Students are welcome to attend if parents feel it appropriate. Babysitting will be available for young children.


About the Presenter:

RANDY KIMBRO has been a firefighter, paramedic and fire investigator with Olmsted Falls Fire Department for over 30 years and is the recently retired Fire Chief of Grafton.  During much of this time, Randy also worked in the corporate world as a technology and information security expert.  He saw first-hand the issues and dangers of the online world, both in corporate America and in his own home.  Randy holds a Bachelors degree in Information Systems and an Executive MBA from Baldwin-Wallace University.  As a graduate of the FBI Citizens Academy, Randy is not an employee of the FBI nor a Special Agent but volunteers for the FBI Cleveland office presenting Internet Safety and Cyber Crime information across Northeast Ohio through the FBI Citizens Academy Foundation of Cleveland.

For more information on the FBI Citizens Academy, please see www.fbicaf.org

For additional information on the FBI outreach programs, the Internet Safety presentation and the Cyber Crime presentation, please contact Sarah Cahill or Tamara Larkin at the FBI Cleveland office (216) 522-1400.


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