Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Summer Cybercop Challenge for Kids
Summer Cybercop Challenge for Kids
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Fraud & Cyber Crimes Bureau and the Sheriff’s Youth Foundation are conducting the Summer Cybercop Challenge for Kids. Children entering grades 1–12 are invited to participate in this contest which aims to raise awareness regarding cyber crime, its dangers and its prevention. Winning entries and their respective schools will receive valuable prizes.
The Challenge is broken into three age based categories that include coloring, an essay contest and a computer based project.
Junior Category asks children entering grades 1-6 to draw their “Dream Cybercop Car.”
Intermediate Category asks kids entering grades 7-9 to submit a 1,500 word essay on “How would you identify, stop and prevent someone from cyber bullying you or a friend?”
Senior Category engages students entering grades 10-12 to individually, or as a small team, develop and submit a 2-5 minute Public Service Announcement video that addresses issues relating to cyberbullying.
The top three entries in each category and their respective schools will be awarded valuable prizes. There is no cost to participate.
Contest entries, rules, details and associated materials can be obtained at: