Safety brochure for parents

Safety brochure for kids and teens

Internet Safety Pledge for Parents/Guardians

Internet Safety Pledge for kids and teens

Facebook Guidelines for Parents

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Jayne A. Hitchcock
WHOA-KTD Founder

Jayne's own experience with cyberstalking, which garnered international headlines, led her to become a noted cybercrime and security expert.

She speaks about cybercrime and online security to educational institutions, librarians, corporations, the general public, and trains law enforcement personnel throughout the USA, as well as consulting for several organizations, including the Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime, the National Center for Victims of Crime and many law enforcement agencies. Jayne has also been actively involved in getting online harassment/cyberstalking, cyberbullying, online dating, child protection and other laws passed throughout the USA.

Jayne is the author of nine books, as well as a freelance journalist.

NEW! Jayne's latest book, True Crime Online: Shocking Stories of Scamming, Stalking, Murder and Mayhem is now available, also as an ebook. Book her today as a keynote speaker to talk about this exciting new book! "LIKE" the Facebook page for the book at True Crime Online

Her previous book is Net Crimes and Misdemeanors 2nd Edition: Outmaneuvering Web Spammers, Stalkers, and Con Artists , which details different types of online crimes, scams, spams and more, complete with case histories, experts, and advice on how to protect yourself, your family and your computer online.

View several interviews with Jayne about staying safer online at YouTube:

Photo ©Lisa Bettencourt / Breathless Focus Photography

WHOA KTD Mission Statement

The mission of WHOA-KTD is to educate the Internet community about online bullyng, harassment and stalking, and to empower victims of the same.

While WHOA-KTD does not wish to single out any one group, we recognize and celebrate that the tide of the community is changing, as people from all walks of life begin to become active participants online. As such, we must begin to assert our power as a group of concerned individuals (no matter what our backgrounds) toward the protection of all people online against harassment targeted against them based on gender, sexual preference, race, ethnicity, age or privilege. WHOA-KTD welcomes anyone who demonstrates sensitivity toward the issues of harassment and a willingness to support our cause.