Computer & Internet Safety


With the advent and proliferation of computers at home, schools and in businesses, information technology and its availability is changing social and human behaviour. The Internet offers opportunities for communication and information sharing, however, the Internet can also present risks.

Crime Prevention Services (CPS) conducts ongoing research and development of programs that target youth and parents on how to safeguard their families on topics ranging from inappropriate messages to internet luring.

CPS also offers presentations to groups of 25 persons or more on topics that include:

  • Internet Safety (for youth and adults)
  • Computer Safety
  • Cyberbullying (for youth and adults)
  • Identity Theft
  • Social Media 

Access the complete list of available presentations.

For more information, you can call Crime Prevention Services at (905) 453-3311, ext. 4021 or e-mail.

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