Forrest County Deputies Give Social Media Tips

Cleveland Teacher Academy students receive book donations from DonorsChoose

From left to right: Forrest County Sheriff’s Department Deputies Scott Lees, Nic Latham and Nate Mosely, along with K-9 Barry, pose with Petal Middle School (Petal School District) students in September after discussing social and ethical issues related to digital citizenship and social media, including positive connections and inappropriate contact; cyberbullying; and the pros and cons of social media when used personally, educationally and professionally. Students asked questions relating to career opportunities within the law, public safety, corrections and security career cluster, and officers discussed employment requirements, including skills and education.



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