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The Social Network Show Presents the National Crime Prevention Council Series

The Social Network Show Presents The National Crime Prevention Council Series led by McGruff, The Crime Dog, “Taking a Bite Out of Crime”.

Ann Harkins and Michelle Boykins extend their fight for social justice on The Social Network Show with McGruff, The Crime Dog, leading the way with one bite and one episode at a time.

When I started to tackle the difficult challenge of being the ultimate source for  social networkers trying to find innovation, information, and expertise about online social networks, I realized the questions of safety online overlapped with safety offline and in our neighborhoods all across America. One time tested organization stood out from all the others as the pinnacle of long standing expertise, excellence, and energy and action–the National Crime Prevention Council.

I understand the importance of this organization and the supreme importance of their mission. Led by the brilliant and innovative Ann Harkins and her indefatigable Michelle Boykins–the NCPC is this nation’s leader for crime prevention innovation.  As we continue our work with the NCPC, we hope you will join us. The NCPC joins other allies for social justice on The Social Network Show and The Social Network Station including, Carol Todd and The Amanda Todd Legacy; Elizabeth Englander, Director of the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center; Mary Anne Franks, Danielle Citron and Carrie Gold of the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative; and Alan Katzman of Social Assurity and The Social Assurity Show.

Our series with the NCPC begins in October with Ann Harkins as the first guest kicking off Crime Prevention Month.