Signs that Your Child May Be at Risk Online (Copyright © National Center for Missing & Exploited Children)
Publication Year: 2009
This publication describes the behaviors that children who are at risk of online predators exhibit. Behaviors include spending large amounts of time online at night, if your child becomes withdrawn from the family, as well as many others.
This publication is available only on the Internet
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