After spreading the message of cyber safety in schools for over twelve years, Keith Dunn is proud to announce the KDCOP Foundation Inc., a NJ nonprofit Corporation, also known as the KDCOP Foundation. While keeping students safe in the digital world, the KDCOP Foundation strives to grow large enough to present assemblies and workshops at every school across the country for little no no cost. KDCOP assemblies do not only spread awareness of online dangers, but also creates tools to help parents and students become stronger emotionally and digitally. These assemblies are expanding to more states, and the KDCOP Foundation is anxious to continue this growth.
Dunn has most recently been working closely with the Virginia and New Jersey National Guard Family Programs Office, providing specialized leadership programs called “Student Leaders in the Cyber World”, which is a 3-4 hour workshop presented to small groups of 20-25 attendees. He has also been working closely with DARE NJ, Inc. as well as other School Resource Officer Associations across the Country. Dunn had the opportunity to present this leadership workshop three times for the Virginia National Guard and twice for the New Jersey National Guard Family Services Units. Passionate does not even begin to describe Dunn and the way he feels about his work, as well as the children he is determined to help.
”I want to be able to get large enough sponsors where I can actually hire a dynamic speaking staff with a passion that I have lived with my whole life of keeping kids safe online,”
”These next months could be monumental for the KDCOP foundation and I hope that we raise enough awareness to have gracious corporations, Professional Athletes or even the Federal Government pitch in to help us provide FREE or very low cost assemblies. The money that our foundation receives will go directly to the production, support and charity to keep as many kids safe around the Country. The primarily focus of the programs is Cyber-Bullying, Social Networking Cell Phone Applications and many other Technological issues challenging our children today.”
To learn more about Former Detective and Member of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, Keith Dunn, you can visit www.kdcop.com and click the about tab.
ABOUT THE KCOP FOUNDATION
The KDCOP Foundation Inc., a NJ Nonprofit Corporation, brings together some of the greatest minds when developing cyber safety curriculum and then executes a dynamic, interactive, engaging, and educational and inspirational school assembly or “SHOW” as he likes to call it. When Keith leaves each school he leaves a piece of himself as well as follow-up curriculum that faculty can use to continue to keep their kids safe all year long.
With the Foundation’s team, come members who will meet with the school quarterly to address not only internet safety, but also any critical issues concerning those students in that particular school. The mission of the KDCOP Foundation is to procure sponsorship, donations or any type of funding to limit the financial stress that already plagues our school systems.