Inspector Wayne Burke OPP Regional Manager-Western Regional HQ Ontario Provincial Police addresses youth at the London Elgin-Middlesex Crime Stoppers Student Symposium.
He addresses two key issues
– the importance, immediacy and convenience of modern SMS text and social media technology in relationship building
– the use of technology to PREVENT and solve crime.
This video was recorded and posted by a speaker at the event – Cst Scott Mills, Toronto Crime Stoppers Community Youth Officer / Toronto Police Service Legal Graffiti Art Coordinator.
The topic of this presentation was “Social Networking-Security” on the agenda.
The presentation is commonly referred to as Crime Stoppers and the Internet or “Internet Violence Prevention”
Reference material on technology, Crime Stoppers and prevention can be found by clicking the document section
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3 ways to submit information to Crime Stoppers to help police PREVENT or solve a crime:
Talk: 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)
Type: TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637)