Social Media and Internet Safety:
A Presentation for Parents
(and others who influence children)
Thursday, July 9
12:00 to 1:30pm
B.J. Park, Deputy District Attorney, Multnomah County
This event is free. Register online here.
With children spending so much time online with various devices and social media accounts, keeping them safe is possible with some knowledge about the pitfalls of the internet and social media.
During Mr. Park’s powerful presentation using Powerpoint and short videos, you will learn about
- worst case scenarios where law enforcement gets involved
- practical dangers of the internet
- how the internet is not private
- what we do on the internet is permanent
- concrete examples of how to protect your family
B.J. Park is a Deputy District Attorney with the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office. He currently prosecutes serious violent crimes such as homicides, assaults, stabbings, shootings, sexual assaults of both adults and children, and hate crimes. He specializes in cases involving child sex offenses and the internet, technology, and social media. These offenses include child pornography, online adult sexual solicitation of children, sextortion, and hidden camera offenses. He is also cross-designated as a federal prosecutor on these types of cases. He has been a prosecutor for over 20 years. He was a prosecutor in Chicago for 15 years and at the Oregon Department of Justice for 5 years before joining the DA’s Office in Multnomah County.
This presentation is brought to you by the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office, the OWLS Working Parents Committee, the Multnomah Bar Association (MBA), the South Asian Bar Association (SABA), and the Oregon Filipino American Bar Association (OFALA).