Tag Archives: Internet Safety

Child Predator Email Scam

Fake email warnings about a child predator being in the neighborhood are the latest methods scammers are using to steal personal identity information, warns the Better Business Bureau (BBB).  These “community safety” alerts are designed to look official. The subject

Cell Phone Evidence Video

WNWO: BOWLING GREEN — Law enforcement is using digital technology to retrieve information on cell phones, and NBC 24 investigated what rights you have in protecting your data. The Wood County Sheriff’s Office has used forensic analysis technology since 2008

Federal Empowerment Agency Scam

PRESS RELEASE 05/22/2014: The Wood County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a recent financial scam attempt in which a county resident’s Facebook account was hacked. Once the account was compromised, Facebook “friends” of the hacked account holder were notified via a

Digital Danger – Location Services

WNWO Toledo: Keeping track of your kids is not an easy task in this digital age, but predators can keep tabs on your child’s every move if a feature on their phone is left on.  Capt. Scott Frank, from the Wood County


Every day more than one million people fall victim to cybercrime. The National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) is pleased to collaborate with Symantec to provide resources for cybercrime victims. Please visit our website www.VictimVoice.org and forward to anyone who

WTOL – ICAC Unit Video

In response to Internet dangers, Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason applied for specialized grant funding from the United States Department of Justice in 1999 to launch the Ohio ICAC (Internet Crimes Against Children) taskforce. The taskforce is an alliance of

Facebook Community Resources

At Facebook, nothing is more important than the safety of the people who use our service. On this page you can learn about our safety tools and resources.

Internet Safety

There was a day when our kids use to pass notes in class; play board games with the family or go to the library to check out a book. Those activities have been replaced with texting, online gaming and surfing