Fort Hill Wellness Series to present 'Cyber Safety for Youth' April 18

  • Fort Hill Activity Center's Wellness Series will continue with a seminar on cyber safety for teens and parents on Thursday, April 18.

    Fort Hill Activity Center's Wellness Series will continue with a seminar on cyber safety for teens and parents on Thursday, April 18. Courtesy of Larry Kmiecik

 
Submitted by Naperville Park District
Updated 4/5/2019 5:21 PM

A cyber safety seminar is coming to Fort Hill Activity Center on Thursday, April 18, to give teens and parents critical information to prevent and combat cyber bullying and sexting.

Retired Naperville detective Richard Wistocki will present proactive strategies, expert insight and effective resources to empower students and their families to protect themselves against online threats to their emotional and physical well-being.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Wistocki recently retired from the Naperville Police Department to devote more time to educating parents about cyber bullying.

Wistocki, a TEDx speaker, is nationally recognized as a high technology child crimes specialist and is passionate about sharing his experience and insights with teens and their parents.

His presentation will run from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and is open to anyone age 13 and up.

This seminar is part of the Fort Hill Wellness Series and is free to Fort Hill Fitness members and $5 for nonmembers.

Each attendee must register through the Naperville Park District.

Fitness members must register in person at Fort Hill Activity Center or call (630) 995-8900.

Nonmembers may register online at www.napervilleparks.org.

Fort Hill Activity Center is located at 20 Fort Hill Drive in Naperville.

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