Cyber safety assemblies for students are age-appropriate 40-minute interactive presentations for students K to 12th grade. They can be taught in-person or webinar.



Schools and libraries subject to the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) must provide education to minors about appropriate online behavior, including interacting with other individuals on social networking websites and in chat rooms and cyberbullying awareness and response. The Cyber Safety Cop assemblies (K – 12th grade) satisfies the CIPA educational requirement.


Our K-3RD grade presentation, “Be Safe and Kind Online,” equip younger students with the skills and knowledge necessary to use the internet safely, creating an awareness of potential problems they may experience when they are online, and how to manage these issues and ask for help. This is achieved through a dynamic, engaging, and non-scary presentation. The topics are introduced by animated characters that children can enjoy and relate to: Zachary, Charlotte, and the Cyber Safety Cop.

Topics include: Telling a trusted adult when anything makes them feel sad, scared, or confused; not sharing personal information with someone they meet online, and anti-cyberbullying strategies.

4th – 6th GRADE

The 4th – 6th-grade cyber safety assembly gives elementary students the information they need to make good decisions in their online lives. Our instructors are experienced law enforcement professionals or educators. Their real-life stories make the material impactful and relevant to our student audiences. The presenter will share common safety issues and how students can make themselves more secure in social networks. The program focuses on the importance of a positive Digital Reputation, and the long-term impact cyberbullying can have on their lives. Topics include not allowing strangers in your network; Consequences of mean, rude, or threatening messages; and how to create a positive online reputation.

7th – 12th GRADE

The 7th – 12th-grade cyber safety assembly builds off of the 4th – 6th assembly. The same topics are covered: Not allowing strangers in your network; and the consequences of mean, rude, or threatening messages. Our instructors, experienced law enforcement professionals or educators, will take the topics one step further and discuss online sexual exploitation, sexting, criminal harassment and threats, and how to respond to these issues. We end the presentation on how to create a positive online reputation.

What educators and parents are saying about the cyber safety assembly

My oldest daughter was in your assembly yesterday for the first time. It was incredible to hear her share her perspective about what and how you explained the dynamics and dangers of the cyber world. My husband and I cannot begin to express the gratitude for what all you do for these kiddos/ this generation and those that follow.

Andi B., Parent of 5th Grade Student

My 7th grader heard Clay Cranford, and his “Cyber Safety” talk at school. He came home and said, “Mom, I’m gonna take this technology and phone thing serious!”. THANK YOU CLAY!!!!! You hit home, and are getting through to the kids!

Amanda M., Parent

Thank you for your informative presentation. My seventh graders really enjoyed it. Some of them, on their way home from school on Friday, denied friend requests from people they didn’t know. Another student was on his Play Station over the weekend and was friended by someone he didn’t know. He quickly quit the game. I think some of them have awoken from their slumber. They also really enjoyed hearing true stories such as the one with Cindy, the blonde 16-year-old girl. Thanks for making a difference.

Sue H., Teacher


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