The following sites offer helpful resources and information about bullying prevention.
DC Public Library's Bullying Prevention Policy
Learn more about the Library's policy, adopted in February 2014.
The Bully Project
Tools & resources to stop bullying from the creators of Bully, the documentary film.
This site offers safety tips and advice that cover “sexting,” cyberbullying and social networking among other topics. Includes tips en Español.
DC Citywide Youth Bullying Prevention Program
Information about DC’s Youth Bullying Prevention Act and Taskforce from DC’s Office of Human Rights
El NetSmartz Workshop (Taller NetSmartz)
NetSmartz ofrece actividades innovadoras de seguridad en el Internet mediante el uso de las más avanzadas tecnologías 3-D y del Internet.
Not in Our Town
Anti-bullying resources for schools and communities.
Teens offer online safety tips and cyberbullying prevention info for other teens. Other topics covered are privacy issues and risks from various technologies such as chat rooms, file sharing, instant messaging and more. Powered by NetSmartz Workshop of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
Pacer's National Bullying Prevention Center
Anti-bullying resources for all ages, parents and educators.
Social Media: A Guide for Teens by YALSA
This is a social media guide about safe blogging and social networking by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA).
Social Networking Sites: Safety Tips for Tweens and Teens
The Federal Trade Commission provides facts for consumers to help them protect their safety when socializing online.
Stop Bullying: Speak Up Campaign
Information, videos, & tips for tweens, teens and parents from the Cartoon Network.