Free Adobe PDF Reader

Phone:
Tel:  651-266-3222
Fax: 651-266-3010

Email:
RCA@co.ramsey.mn.us

Building Locations

blank space

Choose text size: A | A | A
Bookmark and Share

blank space

Attorney Logo

Events - East Metro Crime Prevention Coalition


Bullying-Cyberbullying-Sexting Prevention Forum: April 10, 2013

The EMCPC recently held a Bullying, Cyberbullying and Sexting Prevention Forum at the Historic Washington County Courthouse in Stillwater. Invited guests included: school staff, law enforcement, youth leaders, faith community, criminal justice, and social workers.

Location:
Historic Washington County Courthouse
101 Pine Street West
Stillwater, MN 55082
Click here for location/directions.

Forum Content:
This forum provided an opportunity for professionals from various backgrounds to dialogue about the issues around bullying, cyberbullying and the dangers of sexting as well as prevention efforts. We will discuss trends and ways in which law enforcement is working to be a part of the solution to avoid these acts in the future. As a result, we not only strengthened our own knowledge of the issue and shared best practices in responding to this crisis in our communities, but are developing a toolkit for community members and parents to take with them in their prevention efforts.

EMCPC Event Resources:

Event Materials Available

If You Attended the Event

Further Questions?

If you have further questions about prescription drug abuse and prevention, the EMCPC, or these materials, please feel free to contact:

Monica at (651) 438-4440 or monica.jensen@co.dakota.mn.us
Erica at (651) 266-3016 or erica.schumacher@co.ramsey.mn.us
Cathy at (651) 430-6151 or cathy.rochel@co.washington.mn.us

Past Events:
Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Forum held on February 28, 2012

Prescription drugs have become one of the most abused controlled substances by adults and teens in our community. Recognizing this, we asked for a dialogue about prescription drug practices, addiction, treatment, and current prevention efforts. We also discussed trends and ways in which law enforcement can take a greater role in the solution. We are truly grateful to the school staff, treatment professionals, pharmacists, medical providers, criminal justice personnel, public health officials, law enforcement, and all of the other community members that joined us for this day of learning, connecting and problem solving.

Event Materials Available

If You Attended the Event

 

Coming Soon: East Metro Crime Prevention Coalition on Facebook Page!