On August 18, at 6:30 pm, the Oxford Police Department is excited to host the first C.S.I. class for the L-O-U community. C.S.I. stands for Connecting, Serving, and Investing, which is exactly what OPD aims to do with the community.
“We’re thrilled to be able to start the C.S.I. program this Thursday. This is something we’ve been discussing for a long time, and it’s great to see it come to fruition,” said Chief Jeff McCutchen.
Our first session will be covering a parent’s guide to the effects of social media and cell phone safety for youth. We will have presentations that cover social media and its effects on mental health, identifying dangerous activity, online safety, and the preventative measures and resources that are available to parents. Drinks and snacks will be provided to anybody that attends.
This class will be a tremendous session to attend for parents who have children that are active on social media or using cell phones regularly. We are going to teach tips and tricks to keep students safe. In today’s digital world, students are being harassed, stalked, and sexually propositioned online. We want to provide families with the tools they need to keep their children safe.
The C.S.I. program will be hosted monthly during the school year and cover a different topic each session.