Educational Speaker Series

For School Personnel

What’s the Deal with All This Child Pornography?

  • What is child pornography, and what should you do if you see it?
  • Where does it come from?
  • How is it traded?
  • Why is it so prevalent now?
  • What can you expect law enforcement to do?

The length of Presentation typically 1½ hours, but customizable for up to 3 hours.

Sexting and Child Pornography: What’s All the Fuss About?

  • Is “sexting” considered to be child pornography?
  • What should we do if we see it?
  • What can we expect police to do?
  • How can we stop it?

The length of Presentation typically 1½ hours, but customizable for up to 3 hours.

Five-O!: What to Expect When the Cops Arrive

Someone reported suspicious online or cell phone activity to the cops. They’re en route to your school to investigate. What will they do? Are you prepared?
The length of Presentation typically 1½ hours, but customizable for up to 3 hours.

Crime and Punishment

  • What are my students (or even my colleagues) doing online or on their cell phones that can be prosecuted as a crime?
  • What are they doing in violation of school policy?
  • How will the courts punish for these crimes?
  • And how will we punish for these transgressions?

The length of Presentation typically 2 hours, but customizable for up to 3 hours.

Privacy in a Socially-Networked World

  • Are “Facebook’s Privacy Settings” an Oxymoron?
  • How does government define your privacy?
  • When do invasions of privacy become criminal behaviors?
  • Are the cops watching you online? How?

The Combo

An in-depth look at the online exploitation of children and its impact upon schools before, during, and after investigation. Elements of all of our other school presentations will be included in this “combination” presentation.
The length of Presentation typically 3 hours.

Made-to-Order

Want a little of this and a little of that? Want to add subject matter not covered in the other titled presentations? Want to adjust the time allowed for a titled presentation? That’s fine, so long as it’s within our expertise. Just coordinate it with us, and we’ll accommodate.

For Parents

For Businesses and Law Firms

What Bugs Me the Most: Reflections of a Former Prosecutor.

Dana Babbin served as one of the nation’s first and only Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Prosecutors. She recounts her biggest frustrations in trying to pursue online child exploitation offenders, achieve justice for victims of those crimes, and ensure adequate supervision of the people convicted of those crimes.

What’s the Deal with All This Child Pornography?

  • What is child pornography, and what should we do if we see it?
  • Where does it come from?
  • How is it traded?
  • What can we expect law enforcement to do?
  • How can employers prevent and detect online child exploitation?

The length of Presentation is typically 1½ hours, but customizable for up to 3 hours.

Five-O!: What to Expect When the Cops Arrive

Someone reported suspicious online or cell phone activity to the cops. They’re en route to your workplace to investigate. What will they do? Are you prepared?
The length of Presentation is typically 1½ hours, but customizable for up to 3 hours.

Online Privacy at the Workplace

Overview of what our nation’s courts have said about employee privacy online. Summary of methods used by employers to limit their employees’ online privacy.

Privacy in a Socially-Networked World

  • Are “Facebook’s Privacy Settings” an Oxymoron?
  • How does government define your privacy?
  • When do invasions of privacy become criminal behaviors?
  • Are the cops watching you online? How?

For Healthcare Workers

Sexual Assault Victims & Child Pornography?

  • What is child pornography, and what should you do if you see it?
  • Where does it come from?
  • How is it traded?
  • What is law enforcement doing to combat the rising incidence of child pornography?

The length of Presentation is typically 1½ hours, but customizable for up to 3 hours.

For Community Groups

What’s the Deal with All This Child Pornography?

  • What is child pornography, and what should you do if you see it?
  • Where does it come from?
  • How is it traded?
  • Why is it so prevalent now?
  • What can you expect law enforcement to do?

The length of Presentation is typically 1½ hours, but customizable for up to 3 hours.

Sexting and Child Pornography: What’s All the Fuss About?

  • Is “sexting” considered to be child pornography?
  • What should we do if we see it?
  • What can we expect police to do?
  • How can we stop it?

The length of Presentation is typically 1 hour, but customizable for up to 3 hours.

Privacy in a Socially-Networked World

  • Are “Facebook’s Privacy Settings” an Oxymoron?
  • How does government define your privacy?
  • When do invasions of privacy become criminal behaviors?
  • Are the cops watching you online? How?