Presentation on theme: "By Callum Piper. If you are sent a mean text or email, what do you do? Sit and cry? Or, you could tell your parents or another responsible adult you trust."— Presentation transcript:
If you are sent a mean text or email, what do you do? Sit and cry? Or, you could tell your parents or another responsible adult you trust. Hundreds of people every year go through the same process as you every year! Remember, BULLYING IS ILLEGAL. The police will not stand for it. If you feel that you are being bullied and you don’t think you can tell anyone, click on the icon below.
CEOP has icons on most social network and instant messaging sites. By clicking on it, you have just contacted an office building full of people working 24-7 to stop cyber bullying, saying that you are being cyber bullied. They will watch your internet activity and try to stop whoever is bullying you. This is only for online and email bullying. If they find out that you pressed the icon as a prank, you may have to pay a fine!
So, you’re probably wondering who did this to you? Well, that’s the thing. We don’t know who is doing it. So it’s up to YOU to catch the bully. Whoever you have told that you are being bullied should have told the police. Tell them to track any texts sent to you. Then, next time the bully texts you the police will know who’s phone sent the text. We will catch the bully.
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