Internet Safety for Students
Cyber Crimes Unit
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.
DWI/Distracted Driving and Serious Motor Vehicle Collisions for High School Students
Fatal Accident Unit
This presentation often coincides with prom season and graduation season for High School Juniors and Seniors. It is typically presented to the 11th and/or 12th grade(s), but schools may include students as young as 9th grade if they so choose. The presentation is not appropriate for students 8th grade or younger. The presentation educates students on the dangers of drinking and driving, hosting parties where alcohol is served/present, texting while driving, and the consequences following collisions resulting from DWI, reckless driving, cell phone use, and more. Presenters incorporate first-hand experience in cases involving teen drunk driving, distracted driving and fatal accidents. The video was produced by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, and depicts a fictional yet typical case of teen drunk driving resulting in a fatal accident.
Pathway to Addiction – Heroin and Opiate Abuse for Students
Narcotic Task Force
This presentation, which is appropriate for middle- and high-school students, educates about the dangers of experimentation with prescription medication, specifically opiates and opioids, and how it corresponds directly with the increase in heroin use by young people. Presenters provide first-hand accounts and examples of heroin-related arrests, overdoses, and deaths throughout Bergen County. Students will receive a practical, real-world education on the chilling effects heroin can have on their lives and the importance of good decision-making.