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1 Sexting: Crimes of tomorrow are prevented today

2 A Quick Video

3 What is “Sexting” ?

4 Who is “Sexting” ? Middle School & High School Students Boys or Girls?

5 Felony Before Diploma Phillip Alpert

6 Prevention = Education

7 What Has already been done?

8 DARE & DARE PLUS

9 Wise Guys & Smart Girls Eight sessions Each dedicated to a specific topic

10 MTV’s A Thin Line

11 Works cited Feyerick, Deborah, and Sheila Steffen. "'Sexting' Lands Teen on Sex Offender List." Online Posting. CNN News. CNN News, 07 Apr Web. 09 Feb Gottsegen, Emile, and William W. Philliber. "Impact Of A Sexual Responsibility Program On Young Males." Adolescence 36 (2001): Web. 9 Feb Manzo, Kathleen K. "Administrators Confront Student 'Sexting' Schools Urged to Develop Policies and Programs to Curb the Practice." Education Week N 75.3 (2009): Web. 9 Feb Perry, Cheryl L., Kelli A. Komro, Sara Veblen-Mortenson, Linda Bosma, Karen Munson, Melissa Stigler, Leslie A. Lytle, Jean L. Forster, and Seth L. Welles. "The Minnesota DARE PLUS Project: Creating Community Partnerships to Prevent Drug Use and Violence." The Journal of School Health Mr 70.3 (2000): Web. 9 Feb Harsh Lesson on 'Sexting'" Interview. FOX and Friends. FOX News. Television. "Sexing Led to Record as a Sex Offender." Youtube. Orlando Sintenial, 23 Sept Web. 09 Feb

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