Workshop on e-safety for women

Hawkesbury Police Area Command, in conjunction with Hawkesbury City Council, will host an eSafetyWomen seminar for frontline, specialist and support staff of government or non-government agencies who work in the domestic violence sector.

Presented by qualified staff from the Office of eSafety Commissioner, the free seminar will be held on Tuesday, 24 September 2019 from 2pm to 4pm at the Tebbutt Room, Hawkesbury Central Library, 300 George Street, Windsor.

eSafetyWomen has been developed as part of the Australian Government’s ‘Women’s Safety Package to Stop the Violence’.

The two hour workshop aims to raise awareness of technology-facilitated abuse and to provide staff with up-to-date skills and knowledge to support women and families. In turn, this support will assist with empowering women to take control online and to combat technology-facilitated abuse.

The experienced presenters will share stories, current information and advice on topics such as:

  • online harassment, stalking and intimidation
  • the use of tracking devices
  • privacy and security settings
  • an introduction to eSafetyWomen resources
  • how to use technology safely.

The seminar is free however bookings are required for seating and can be made through Eventbrite.

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