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School Resource Officer / Law Enforcement Social Media Training Course

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School resource officers and law enforcement officers are faced with conflict from social media every day. This course will help SROs and LEOs learn about how the most popular social media apps and sites work.

What we cover in this training:

  • 25+ dangers SROs and LEOs need to know
  • 100+ popular teen apps SROs and LEOs need to know
  • How to talk with students to keep them safe online
  • A hidden screen time feature inside of iPhones and Androids (and how to activate it)
  • A hidden part of the YouTube app to limit screen time
  • A dangerous Snapchat feature (and how to turn it off)
  • How to brand Instagram in a positive way
  • How TikTok can change a student’s online footprint
  • How to change a student's relationship with Fortnite (and how violent video games can impact them)
  • How someone got fired with one post (and how to not repeat it)
  • How students can Google themselves the way colleges will
  • Why students someday need a portfolio/website

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Josh's presentation about social media was unbelievably fantastic. Our students learned so much about what kids should and shouldn't be doing. The fact that it is such a thoughtful process made it all worthwhile.

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School Resource Officer / Law Enforcement Social Media Training Course

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25+ dangers SROs and LEOs need to know training video

What we're covering in this video:

  • Social media safety issues educators are facing
  • How bullying can go wrong - How to help students report issues early
  • The impact social media has on student mental health
  • How to reduce negative social media posts and help a student  build a positive online presence
  • How to protect your school’s online brand in the event something goes wrong

100+ popular teen apps SROs and LEOs need to know training video

What we're covering in this video:

  • How to get find what you need at SmartSocial.com
  • The most popular apps for teens
  • How to recognize the dangers of the apps

How to talk with students to keep them safe online training video

What we're covering in this video:

  • A hidden screen time feature inside of iPhones and Androids (and how to activate it)
  • A hidden part of the YouTube app to limit screen time
  • A dangerous Snapchat feature (and how to turn it off)
  • How to brand Instagram in a positive way
  • How TikTok can change a student’s online footprint
  • How to change a student's relationship with Fortnite (and how violent video games can impact them)
  • How someone got fired with one post (and how to not repeat it)
  • How students can Google themselves the way colleges will
  • Why students someday need a portfolio/website

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Superintendents, Directors and Principals: Request a partnership on this page to unlock our resources for your whole community.

School resource officers and law enforcement officers are faced with conflict from social media every day. This course will help SROs and LEOs learn about how the most popular social media apps and sites work.

What we cover in this training:

  • 25+ dangers SROs and LEOs need to know
  • 100+ popular teen apps SROs and LEOs need to know
  • How to talk with students to keep them safe online
  • A hidden screen time feature inside of iPhones and Androids (and how to activate it)
  • A hidden part of the YouTube app to limit screen time
  • A dangerous Snapchat feature (and how to turn it off)
  • How to brand Instagram in a positive way
  • How TikTok can change a student’s online footprint
  • How to change a student's relationship with Fortnite (and how violent video games can impact them)
  • How someone got fired with one post (and how to not repeat it)
  • How students can Google themselves the way colleges will
  • Why students someday need a portfolio/website

Login or join theSmartSocial.com membership to read more and watch SRO/LEO training videos.

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Superintendents, Directors and Principals: Request a partnership on this page to unlock our resources for your whole community.
Quotation marks

This is great info, thanks for giving me some ideas on how to start a dialogue with my teen!

StarStarStarStarStar

Sharon M.

Parent VIP Member

Quotation marks

Josh's presentation about social media was unbelievably fantastic. Our students learned so much about what kids should and shouldn't be doing. The fact that it is such a thoughtful process made it all worthwhile.

StarStarStarStarStar

Director of College Advising

Educator Webinar Attendee

Quotation marks

This webinar is a very helpful eye-opener on the apps that are popular with my students.

StarStarStarStarStar

Irene C.

Educator Webinar Attendee

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