Attorney General on Cyber Bullying in Leon County

By: Blaine Tolison Email
By: Blaine Tolison Email

The days of bullies "physically" abusing other students are making way for cyber bullying. Florida Attorney General Bill McCullom addressed hundreds of local school staff members about today's new form of bullying. McCullom told staff, the first thing to do if cyber bullying is suspected is to tell someone.

"We've had a bullying case or two in the county and it's very important to let them know as school administrators how they can deal with that, what the law is and that's what here to talk largely about." said McCullom.

McCullom also discussed avoiding on-line sex predators. The Attorney General says that there are about 70 million kids who go on-line in the U.S. and one out of seven of them are solicited for sex.

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