Purchase: Cyberbullying Program & Resources
Whether you are a child, teen, parent, or school administrator, Cyber Safeguard can help you take action against cyberbullying and online harassment.
Our Cyberbullying Programs and Resources
Take Action Guide
Purchasing the Take Action Guide can help save individuals and parents 100+ hours of research, define goals, consider possible outcomes, and offer action steps to take.
Designed for an individual or parent of a child who is being impacted by cyberbullying
Walks through what can be done to resolve the situation
Lists important steps to take and where to start, such as:
- How to respond to an emergency
- How to talk to a child about the situation
- At what point the school or others may need to be involved
- List of mental health or medical professionals who may be able to help and how to find them
- When it may be best to call the police
- Steps to remove content or report someone from 50+ apps and chat forums
- How to contact a mobile phone provider to retrieve transcripts of text messages or phone call logs
- How to define goals, options, and desired outcome
List of relevant state and federal laws based on location
Defines various kinds of lawsuits and how to find the proper legal counsel for each
Contact information for local police precincts and FBI field offices
Personalized data references based on each specific situation
Includes the following resources:
- Conversation Guide
- Example Preservation Letter (request that data be preserved by a platform to potentially be used as evidence)
- Tracking Your Progress Checklist
- Communication Log
- Evidence Log
For Schools and School Districts:
Cyberbullying & Online Harassment Education & Compliance Program
Cyber Safeguard’s Cyberbullying Education & Compliance Program enables a school to administer a turnkey, comprehensive program designed to educate students and reduce cyberbullying in schools.
Access to Newswire Alerts, our email alert system that keeps you up to date with cyberbullying news, legislation, and policy changes in your state (additional details shown in the right column on this page)
Preferred access to the Take Action Guide, a customized and detailed action guide for those experiencing online harassment (additional details shown in the left column on this page)
Customized E-Newsletter content that is ready to send to parents, students, and faculty, which covers the topics of:
- Cyberbullying 101
- Latest Developments
- Tips for Talking to Your Children
- What Can You Do?
- Updates in Your State
Guided Discussion designed to educate students about the issue of cyberbullying and Teaching Manuals which prepare teachers or school staff who will facilitate the Program. The Teaching Manuals give step-by-step instructions for how to prepare, offer answers to discussion questions, and include optional activities and worksheets to incorporate
1-5,000 Students :
5,001-10,000 Students :
10,001-20,000 Students :
20,000+ Students :
Monthly email alerts help individuals stay up to date on federal and state laws, news, and updates regarding cyberbullying and online harassment.
Track federal and state legislation in all 50 states and Washington DC, based on subscriber’s location
Keep up with the latest news about cyberbullying and online harassment
Sent in real-time when policy changes are made
Includes changes to:
Monthly subscription is also available for $5 per month.