November 15, 2017 –
The internet is a wondrous universe of information, but there are risks and dangers facing those who visit cyberspace. Ride along with Hawaii’s leading “Cyber-Cop” as he patrols the dark side of the internet. Learn how to protect:
Presenter Christopher Duque is a thirty year veteran of the Honolulu Police Department. Before he retired, he specialized in cybercrime investigations and computer forensics. He currently works for the Department of the Prosecuting Attorney as their CyberCrimes Investigator.
* Training open to all resource, adoptive, guardianship, & kinship families.
Space is limited in childcare so RSVP today by clicking here or calling (808) 295-1084.
If making your RSVP by phone, please leave the following information: Your name, contact number, the names, ages, and special conditions of children needing care, and if you are a resource, adoptive, guardianship, permanency, or kinship family.
This training is presented/sponsored by the Department of Human Services & the Foster Care Training Committee (FCTC). FCTC agencies include: Catholic Charities Hawai`i, the Department of Human Services, EPIC Foundation, Family Programs Hawaii, Hale Kipa, Inc., Lili`uokalani Trust (LT), and Partners in Development Foundation (PIDF).
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