Header Image

How to avoid cyberbullies

How to avoid cyberbullies

Dispatcher Files Cyberbullying, also known as online bullying, is the same as face-to-face bullying,  except that it takes place online or electronically, such as on social media platforms, via SMS and instant messaging apps or as e-mail. Here are some tips to avoid being a victim: Avoid strangers on social media If you receive a

Dispatcher Files

Cyberbullying, also known as online bullying, is the same as face-to-face bullying, 

except that it takes place online or electronically, such as on social media platforms, via SMS and instant messaging apps or as e-mail.

Here are some tips to avoid being a victim:

  • Avoid strangers on social media
  • If you receive a friend request from someone you do not know, do not accept it 
  • Do not post personal information on social media 
  • Do not believe everything you read online 
  • Always verify the information before commenting or taking any action
  • Review your security settings to be aware of who can see your information and posts 
  • Do not post anything you would not want the public to see
  • Do not share anything that could hurt or embarrass yourself or anyone else
  • Do not open emails  or click on links from sources you do not know
  • Do not download attachments from sources you do now know

ERPC Dispatcher: Mdu (SA21)
TrackBox ERPC National & International
08616-TRACK
08616-87225
https://trackbox.world | https://t.me/BriansPD

#TrackBox #SACAN #Teamwork #DispatcherFiles #TrackBox_Helps #Download_the_App

*Dispatcher files are reports detailing the experience of the dispatcher as they deal with emergencies and so are recorded after the fact.

Posts Carousel

Latest Posts

Top Authors

Most Commented

Featured Videos