Kit 101: An Educator's Guide to Internet Safety was launched in Toronto on February 16, 2007. This toolkit is a valuable resource that educators can use to make their communities safer for youth. Local educators received a first-hand look at how the toolkit can help them teach youth and parents to surf safely, whether or not they are familiar with the online world.
Kit 101 was produced by Internet 101, an initiative of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and local police forces in the National Capital Region, in partnership with Industry Canada's CyberWise.ca, the Mounted Police Foundation and the National Child Exploitation Coordination Centre. The goal of Internet 101 and CyberWise.ca is to provide a safe and positive experience for families who use the Internet.
This project was made possible by a financial contribution from Industry Canada's CyberWise.ca program and the Mounted Police Foundation.
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Source: RCMP, Feb.18/2007