ASSAULT IS A CRIME!
IF YOU ARE BEING PHYSICALLY ASSAULTED
TELL SOMEONE AND CALL YOUR LOCAL POLICE, RIGHT NOW!
Nobody has the right to assault,
harass, or intimidate you!
Do you know what to do if you are being bullied?
Visit the AntibullyingPro Support Center!
DON'T keep it secret! Tell your parent, a friend, a teacher, or an adult you trust.
Stay close to other kids or adults who will stick up for you.
Stay in areas where you feel safe. Walk away.
Tell the kid who is hurting you “Bullying is NOT cool!”
Practice looking brave, even if you don’t feel brave.
Don’t blame yourself! This is not your fault!
Adapted from PREVNet.ca Canada's #1 authority
Find someone to talk to
If you see someone being bullied
DON'T BE A BYSTANDER!
There are lots of ways for everyone to work together to help. We outnumber the bullies, let them hear it!
What you can do - Reporting apps - Cyber Safety
Resources - How to Help a Suicidal Person
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Toolkit
THINK before you hit send!
Do you really know the recipient? Would you let your parents see what you are sending?
If not, then DON'T SEND IT! Cyberbullying is any electronic interaction intended to embarrass, humiliate, torment, threaten or harass. Most often, it's sustained and repeated over a period of time.
IF YOU ARE A VICTIM...
DON'T respond to a hurtful text, post, or emails.
If someone asks you for an intimate photo, you can use an app to respond for you.
SAVE texts or emails, and if it's a post on a social networking site, get a screen shot.
BLOCK the sender.
Keep your passwords PRIVATE! You can give them to an adult you trust if you need to.
KNOW the privacy settings and reporting features on your accounts. Learn how to report bullying on social networking sites HERE.