Whether you’re a school resource officer or have responded to a call for service from a teen, parent, teacher or other mandated reporter, knowing what to expect can help you connect the dots from concerning behavior to mobile device and back -- and, when necessary, build a good case.
Findings: cyber dating sexual and nonsexual abuse During the 2012– 2013 school year, researchers surveyed 1,008 adolescents aged 14 to 19 years who sought care at California school-based health centers and associations.
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Nearly 77% of the teens aged 12 to 17 own a smartphone, a report called Generation Smartphone: A Guide for Parents of Tweens and Teens suggests.
According to the report, 63% of teens say that they use instant messaging and chat apps on a daily basis.
According to the bill, teens convicted would be guilty of a felony and serve a maximum of 10 years consecutive to any other charge.
What relevance does this have to law enforcement or, for that matter, mobile device evidence?
First, it was designed to measure the correlation of cyber dating abuse victimization to physical, sexual, and psychological adolescent relationship abuse.
March 10, 2015 Teens today can’t go a day without using their personal devices.
Meanwhile, children as young as eight or nine years of age are asking for their first phone.
Students from Ridge View High School in Columbia recently testified before a Statehouse panel supporting legislation that better defines teen dating violence."Statistics show that one in three teenagers will experience teenage dating violence," Ridge View student Micayla Hayden told members of the Senate."This means out of the eight teenagers in our group here today, at least two of us will be physically, emotionally or sexually abused by a dating partner, friend or acquaintance."The school's focus on abuse started out as a project for a group of students after the murder of Rock Hill 18-year-old Sierra Landry. Landry was shot and killed by her estranged boyfriend, Tanner Crolley, in 2013.