What is named as the top school trouble of kids 8-15? Homework? Cafeteria food? Neither – it's bullying. And with the rapid rise in electronic communications, cyberbullying – using the Internet or mobile devices to send or post harmful or cruel text or images – has become a serious issue.
The bullying prevention campaign, launched in September 2004, features NCPC's beloved crime dog, McGruff. It is designed to counteract bullying at a young age by encouraging victims, witnesses and parents to take action to prevent the problem. Visitors to www.ncpc.org/cyberbullying
can learn more about cyberbullying.
Check out: http://cybermentors.org.uk