SSF Hosts Members From The Virginia Department Of Education

Retired Sheriff Mike Brown, Dr. Janet Brown, President Eddie Worth, and Board members Debbie Repass and Eric Winkler with Safe Surfin’ Foundation recently hosted members of the Virginia Department of Education and the Pala Indian tribe at the ICAC Task Force command center in Forest, VA.

A presentation was presented by ICAC Commander Steve Anders explaining the importance of internet safety education throughout the country. Safe Surfin is working with the Virginia Department of Education to include its peer-to-peer program Cyber S.W.A.T. in all public schools in Virginia.

SSF Board Members Meet With WVSP To Discuss Senate Bill

Retired Sheriff Mike Brown and Dr. Janet Brown met with West Virginia state police superintendent Colonel J.C. Chambers and his staff to discuss Senate Bill 466 – Safety While Accessing Technology education program. Safe Surfin’ Foundation is working with several senators in West Virginia on this bill to make internet safety mandatory in all public schools with a full endorsement from West Virginia state police.

Pictured from left to right: Colonel J.C. Chambers, Captain L.J. Deskins, Sheriff Mike Brown, Dr. Janet Brown, Lt. K.D. Akers, Sgt. J. Brown and Sgt. F. Edwards.

Sergeant Brown and Lieutenant Akers are ICAC/CAC investigators. Sergeant Edwards is the Deputy Director of ICAC.

SSF Partners With FCCLA

Virginia State Association

Safe Surfin’ Foundation is pleased to announce they have entered into a partnership with Virginia FCCLA, a state affiliate of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. FCCLA is a national career-technical student organization that is part of Family and Consumer Sciences courses in middle schools, high schools, and technical centers. Through coursework as well as student leadership opportunities, FCCLA members develop the skills needed to strengthen families, improve their communities, and prepare for workplace success. Together, we’re improving and saving lives

National Missing Children’ S Day

Today is #NationalMissingChildrensDay.
Every year on May 25th, the nation observes Missing Children’s Day. Since 1984, NCMEC has led the fight to protect children, creating vital resources for them and the people who keep them safe. You can help bring them home: