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Tips on keeping our kids safe on their devices from Det. Rich Wistocki (Ret.) | #childpredator | #onlinepredator | #hacking | #aihp

Champaign, Ill. (WCIA)

Children all across the world are making poor choices using their technology (Cellphones/Computers), Sexting and Bullying are now part of our everyday language. These activities can be very harmful to children and dramatically impact their futures. What many of us do not realize is that laws make many of these activities illegal. These laws can result in our underage children being arrested, fingerprinted, photographed for Mug Shots, sent to court, and even in the case of Sexting having to register as a Sex Offender. No one wants this for underage children. Families can be devastated and children’s futures ruined.

We must work together, education and positive reform are the answer.

Rich Wistocki
I am a law-enforcement cyber trainer to keep kids safe on their devices, train parents what their responsibility is for their child’s technology and training law-enforcement nationwide and how to investigate cyber crime.

Detective Richard Wistocki (RET.) had been with the Naperville Police Department for 28 years.
In his last 22 years as an Internet Crimes Investigator with the Naperville Police Department. He is one of the founding members and an affiliate member of the Illinois Attorney Generals High Tech Crimes Bureau Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC Task Force). He was a member of the United States Secret Service Computer Crimes Task Force. He was also a SWAT Sniper for 22 years.
Recently, Detective Rich Wistocki was sworn in as a Kane County Sheriff to help investigate child predators in Kane County, Illinois.

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