TPS] – Public Awareness Campaign,‏

Toronto Police Service
News Release

Public Awareness Campaign,

Sex Crimes Unit

Youth today are managing a variety of challenging issues and, while technology has certainly opened up new opportunities, it has also had an impact on teens’ lives in ways no one could have imagined. In creating the, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection is letting these kids know that they are never alone.

The Toronto Police Service Child Exploitation Section supports the initiative. Kids can visit the site for information on how to remove pictures posted online, how to obtain coping tools and to learn how to report online incidents that have gone too far.

You can show your support for the initiative by sending personal tweets or re-tweeting, using words that include #YouthAreNotAlone and/or

For further information, please contact Detective Constable Michele Bond, at 416-808-7361.

Constable Tony Vella, Corporate Communications, for Detective Constable Michele Bond, Sex Crimes Unit, Child Exploitation Section

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