Educational Presentations

Cyber Crimes Presentation Request

Cyber Crimes Presentation Request

Presentations provided by the Bergen County Prosecutor`s Cyber Crimes Task Force can be requested by any school system within the county. Please review this page before following the below-listed links to the Cyber Crimes Presentation Request Forms.

Note that there has been an overwhelming demand on the Cyber Crimes Unit for these and other presentations. As such, preference will be given (where noted) to those organizations that conform to the suggested guidelines. The online forms will request contact information from any organization interested in hosting a presentation. The request is then forwarded to members of the Unit for scheduling based on availability of Cyber Crimes Task Force personnel. You may use the notes field at the bottom of the request form to describe any special issues or concerns that you may have for your presentation; it can also be used to describe your student body or school system if we should know something in particular about your school community.

Please be advised that your organization is required to supply the following for a presentation:

  • Microphone w/voice amplification system
  • Laptop computer with Windows O/S, Microsoft PowerPoint and available USB
  • Wireless Presentation Remote Control (for PowerPoint)
  • Standard computer speakers
  • LCD/LDP projector (PowerPoint capable)
  • LARGE display area to offer a clear view to all present (i.e. Screen)
  • Surge Protector/Power Strip

Current Presentations:

Internet Safety for Educators

Cyber Crimes Task Force
(Approximately 1.5+ hours)

Preference is given to those organizations that arrange this presentation on a regional basis. Please consider this option before submitting the Presentation Request Form.

This presentation is molded similarly to the parent presentation, with special emphasis for those subtopics of particular interest to the educator responsible for children in a school setting. Please refer to the description below for more details.


Internet Safety for Parents

Cyber Crimes Task Force
(Approximately 1.5+ hours)

Requests for this presentation should be made on a regional basis with a minimum of four districts invited. You should coordinate with the other districts before submitting the Presentation Request and discuss dates that are pre-approved by all involved districts. In the event that you are submitting a request for an individual organization or district, you will be asked to coordinate with other districts and resubmit your request. Parents from all elementary, middle, and high schools (both public and private) must be invited to attend. Please ensure compliance with these guidelines before submitting the Presentation Request Form.

Please note that you must complete all fields on the form or your request will not be processed. Once the Presentation Request Form is received, your presentation will be scheduled accordingly to the availability of personnel. If your presentation is selected for scheduling you will be notified.

The Internet Safety Presentation for Parents from the Bergen County Cyber Crimes Task Force typically lasts about 1.5 hours. The program is basically a 360-degree examination of current issues affecting pre-teens and teenagers on the Internet. It is a detailed conversation about the serious issues online and the concepts for dealing with them. During the presentation, we will briefly address sexual predators online and then focus on social networking, responsible use by teenagers, as well as sexting, cyberbullying, general solutions, and best practices.


Internet Safety for Students

Cyber Crimes Task Force
(Approximately 50 minutes - 1 hour)

Requests for this presentation should be limited to students of grades 5th through 10th. The presentation that the Cyber Crimes Unit delivers is age-appropriate for 5th through 10th grade and is most effectively delivered in that arena.

The Internet Safety presentation for Students from the Bergen County Cyber Crimes Task Force typically lasts about 1 hour. This program is a dynamic, entertaining, and informative 360-degree discussion about Internet Safety (general), information control, social networking mistakes, sexting, and cyberbullying. Experience has taught us that getting the students into the auditorium, seated and ready can often delay the start of the presentation. A few minutes should be allowed for this and/or questions by students at the end (if applicable), which could prolong the total length of the presentation. Also, if a school administrator plans to make opening/closing remarks, please calculate this into the start/end times accordingly. Presentation talk-time with full PowerPoint, entertaining video clips, etc. will consist of probably 50 solid minutes. Feedback has consistently indicated that the 50 minutes are well spent, and contain useful educational, entertaining and interesting content.


Internet Safety for Students - Virtual

Cyber Crimes Task Force
(30 minutes)

Requests for this presentation should be limited to students of grades 5th through 10th. The presentation that the Cyber Crimes Unit delivers is age-appropriate for 5th through 10th grade.

The Internet Safety presentation for Students from the Bergen County Cyber Crimes Task Force is a dynamic, entertaining, and informative 360-degree discussion about Internet Safety (general), information control, social networking mistakes, sexting, and cyberbullying. Presentation talk-time with full PowerPoint with entertaining video clips, etc. consists of a solid 30 solid minutes of useful, educational content.