Brentwood Police Hold School Meeting On Sexting, Bullying After Middle School Girl Forced Into Sex Acts
Online bullying, kids’ access to websites and “sexting” are all topics to be covered by Brentwood police Thursday night at a meeting to remind parents that their kids’ online activity has real-world consequences.
Police in Brentwood are investing a case of sexting after a boy allegedly forced a girl to perform sex acts after receiving sexually explicit photos of her on his cellphone.
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A study by the Crimes Against Children Research Center that will appear in the January 2012 issue of Pediatrics shows that sexting among teens happens far less than previously thought.
So-called “sexting” would be added to the list of infractions that school officials can cite to expel students under a bill passed by the state Senate.