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File Cyberbullying Prevention: Working Together
A reproducible handout on how everyone can get involved in cyberbullying prevention.
File CSC Announcement Banner Ad 2012
Use this template CSC web announcement on your website or in a community newsletter to inform your constituents about how to get involved in Celebrate Safe ...
Page Take 25 To Help Keep Our Children Safe!
Get involved in Take 25, a national safety campaign about child safety
File CSC Poster Template (PDF)
This 16" x 20" poster template is a tool for reminding community partners of the details of your upcoming CSC events and activities. Just customize it with ...
Feed Item October is Crime Prevention Month!
Get your kids involved in Crime Prevention Month! NCPC will be hosting various events from poster celebrations to McGruff strolls. Our famous Crime Prevention ...
ActivityNarrative Indian River Celebrates Safe Communities Month
To enhance and educate our local communites on safety issues and recruitment of neighbors.
File Neighborhood Watch Needs You
Neighborhood Watch is coming to your community, and we need you to get involved! The program embraces and strengthens many things we're already doing, such as ...
Page How Parents Can Encourage Volunteering
Tips for parents on getting kids to volunteer in the community
Feed Item Idolize Celebrities’ Crafts, Not Their Actions
Athletes and celebrities have always been role models for kids. But when you consider what these “stars” are doing today,...
Feed Item Exploring the Bystander Effect
"'I didn't want to get involved,' he sheepishly told police." That was the telling line...