State Police Cyber Crimes Expert Shares Knowledge At Delta College

Cyber Safety is taking on increasing importance as the Internet and  social media continue to evolve at dizzying speed.

Detective Sargent Liz Rich is based in Bridgeport with the State Police Computer Crimes Unit.

Rich says parents need to know what their children are doing on the Internet.

Her advice includes keeping computers in common family areas plus knowing your child’s pass code on their Smart Phone and being able to access it at any time.

She adds sources of information for parents to talk to their children about Internet safety include the National Center For Missing and Exploited Children plus the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force along with Net Smartz spelled with a “z” on the end.

Rich spoke at Delta College Wednesday evening with the event sponsored by Delta’s Police Academy and the Mid-Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force.

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