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    Understanding the Internet & Safety Tips

    Date: January 20, 2016, 7:30am – 10:00am
    Julie Carr, Program Director
    Smullin Heath Education Center
    2825 E. Barnett Rd.
    Medford, OR
    $10 for Members | $15 for Non-Members | Free for first time guests
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    Program Description:

    This program will help you understand what a computer is and how it works so you can make intelligent decisions for prevention.

    From this presentation you will understand:

    >What is Spam

    >Email safety tips

    >How does the internet work

    >Internet Surfing Safety Tips         

    >What is the World Wide Web

    >Safety while shopping online

    >How do I know if I am on a secure site

    > What is a firewall and how does it work

    >Much, much more

    About the Presenter:  Ron Kohl, President of Southern Oregon Veterans Benefit (SOVB)

    I have 30 years Law Enforcement experience and attended three Police Academies.  Positions held include SWAT Team, Tactical Operations, Director of Crime Prevention, Detective, Armed Assault Team Leader and Academy Instructor.

    I am a volunteer with the Ashland Police Department as their Crime Prevention Specialist. I am a certified Crime Prevention Specialist through Florida Attorney General’s Office and achieved certification in a number of fields.  I teach crime prevention through Ashland Police Department, City of Medford, City of Central Point and City of Shady Cove.

    In addition to Law Enforcement Experience I have 25 years of Military and retired as a Drill Sergeant.  I was in the Air Force Security Force and later transferred to the Army and held a number of leadership positions throughout my full military career.

    Credits:    SHRM credits are available  |  HRCI general credits are pending

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