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Above is the fourth of four videos, in which NYPD Community Affairs officers give tips to the community. In this video, officers give several crime prevention tips, including a rundown of several programs offered at all local precincts to help you protect your property. The videos come from a recent event in which NYPD officers from…

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Last week we brought you the first two NYPD Community Affairs Unit’s safety tips videos. This is the third of four, in which the officers talk about drug use among children and teens, and how parents and educators can spot bad habits. The videos come from a recent event in which NYPD officers from the 60th…

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Yesterday we brought you a video of NYPD Community Affairs officers providing tips to prevent cell phone theft. Today we have a video for parents on how to identify and prevent bullying, regardless of whether their child is the bullied or the bully. The videos come from an event last Thursday in which NYPD officers from…

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Bullying and showing respect for all students will be on the agenda of Community Education Council 21’s next public meeting from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., March 21, at Public School 209 – The Margaret Mead School, 2609 East Seventh Street between Avenue Z and Manor Court, just off Coney Island Avenue. Sara Carvajal, executive director of Strategic…

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A program that helps 11,800 teens each year might be terminated by July of this year if funding is allowed to be slashed, and a local councilman says he’ll be fighting for its restoration. Teen RAPP — Relationship Abuse Prevention Program — has been running in 62 host schools throughout New York City. The program…

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The meek, the relentlessly picked on, and the emotionally tormented are breathing a sigh of relief as bullies will now have lesser recourse for abusing their victims, both online, and on school grounds, thanks to comprehensive anti-bullying legislation passed by the New York State Senate and City Council. Cyber-bullying legislation sponsored by Lew Fidler was…

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I read this and thought, “Where was Lew Fidler when I was growing up?” Since the widely publicized suicide last year of Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi shocked the nation, after his private homosexual tryst was publically broadcast by his tormentors over Twitter, the councilman is urgently trying push through a bill he introduced this…