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#Get an Adult.
Contact a trusted adult, let a parent, school administrator, technology director, teacher, friend, boss, or school resource officer know what is going on.
Don’t hesitate, report it.
#Find some help.
If you are the victim, or know the victim, it is vital that they get assistance, as we know how bullying can hurt. Please see your school’s counseling center for help!
#Contact the website.
Contact the website. Take screen shots (visit www.take-a-screenshot.org). Go to the bottom of the website and select “Contact” or “Report.”
You can find links on where to report bullying specific to websites here.
#Call the police.
The job of the police department is to help you! Call your local police department, or speak with your school resource officer. Make sure that you have copies of the link, and screen shots (visit www.take-a-screenshot.org).
#Check out these links.
National Crime Prevention Council
Cyberbullying Research Center
Learn more about Cyberbulling from CallerSmart
BackgroundChecks.org Cyberbullying Resources
DrugRehab.com: Bullying and Substance Abuse: Who It Affects and Why