The Federation of Calgary Communities, in partnership with the Crime Prevention Team at the Calgary Police Service, are working together to offer tips and tools on crime prevention and safety issues in Calgary!
Please join us and Constable Carter Duchesney on Wednesday March 5th as he introduces an interesting topic that affects anyone with a computer or smartphone – cybercrime. The Calgary Police Service uses the term “cybercrime” to refer to internet, with reference to social media scams, malware, hacking, identity theft, spam mail, auction fraud, phishing and assorted activity of this nature. Key topics of this workshop include social media safety and cyber bullying.
The NEW Partners in Crime Prevention Workshop series is geared towards helping community association volunteers and the public learn valuable information about crime prevention and safety issues in their neighbourhoods from our trusted partners,
The Calgary Police Service.They will also serve as a great opportunity to network with peers so join us all at all four Partners in Crime Prevention workshops!
Workshops are FREE to the public so please send this invitation far and wide.
Thank you to all who attended the first Partners in Crime Prevention workshop on The Hub program and the Good Witness program - it was a great success!
Partners in Crime Prevention Workshop #2: Cybercrime
Date: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Location: Glamorgan Community Association 4207 - 41 Avenue SW
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