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UPDATE: Tyler’s Legacy, People, June 18, 2012

State Anti-Bullying Law Takes Effect July 1, Newsday, May 27, 2012

Not My Kid! Don’t Be Too Sure, LI Parent Magazine, Sept 2011

Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS) Volunteers Needed, Massapequa Post, Aug 2011

Stony Brook Children’s Hospital Chief Receives Child Abuse Prevention Services Distinguished Service Award, May 2011

Long Island Mom Gets Probation for Sexual Relations with Teen, CBS News, Feb 2011

Cyber-bullying criminality considered after ‘Smut List’ case, News 12 LI, Jan 2011

CAPS Middle School Bullying Survey finds children want more adult supervision in school, Jan 2011

Mineola students learn self defense against bullying, Mineola Patch, Jan 2011

Parent University on Bullying, Drugs, Health and Safety Draws 200 Parents, Smithtown Central School District, Oct 2010

CAPS announces the opening of the Bully Prevention Center, American Banking and Marketing News, Sept 2010

CAPS opens the BullyHelpline, myteacherpages.com

Bullying in schools: a persistent problem among students, LongIslandWins.com

Cyber-brats: bullies who taunt their peers with a click of a mouse, Parenting.com

Urgent call for anti-bullying educators, Northport Patch

Best way to handle son’s Facebook bully, Newsday, Nov 2010

CAPS expands anti-bullying resources, Nov 2010, Examiner.com

Feds issue advisory to schools, colleges on bullying, Newsday, Oct 2010

CAPS to talk about bully prevention at Smithtown Council of PTAs Annual Parent University, Oct 2010

School bus ripe for potential for bullying, Newsday, Sept 2010

Kids cyber-safety, WABC-TV

A watershed case in school bullying? USA Today, April 2010

CAPS partners with Hannon to prevent cyber-bullying on Long Island, April 2010

Fight cyber-bulllying with a push for civility, Newsday, March 2010

Child safety advocates call for anti-cyber-bullying laws, Newsday, March 2010

Group takes aim at cyber-bullying, Newsday.com, March 2010

CAPS bully prevention PSA donated by the EGC Group, October 2009

10 Warning signs a child is being bullied and what parents can do to help keep them safe, Oct 2009

Domestic abuse on the rise as economy sinks, Associated Press, April 2009

Working together to keep children safe, Long Island Business News, March 2008

Kids face a new breed of bully, Good Morning America, Sept 2006

Confronting bullies who wound with words, NY Times, Oct 2005

Schools alone can’t fight violence, NY Times, March 2005

Scared of cyber-bullies?, CBS News, May 2004

Press Releases

CAPS Presents Preparing for DASA Training in October for NYS Public School Administrators

Bar Association of Nassau County’s WE CARE Fund Awards $2,500 to the CAPS Bully Prevention Center

You Can Help Prevent Bullying Among School-Age Children–Volunteer for CAPS

Child Abuse Prevention Services Golf Outing Benefit on June 13th Will Honor Cablevision Sr. VP, Al Azralon

Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS) Will Hold Its 13TH Annual Golf Outing Benefit on Monday, June 13 at The Muttontown Country Club

HomeGoods Awards $5,000 to the CAPS Bully Prevention Center

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the New York Tri-State Area Awards $8,000 to Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS)

FOX 5’s Rosanna Scotto, LIA President Kevin Law, and Stony Brook LI Children’s Hospital Chief Maureen McGovern, MD Receive Awards from Child Abuse Prevention Services

Child Abuse Prevention Services Long Island Bullying Survey Finds Children Want More Adult Supervision in School

CAPS Bullying and Cyber-Bullying Parent Education Series

Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS) Opens the BullyHelpline: Parents and children can e-mail or phone an expert in bullying and cyber-bullying for help

Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS) Announces the Opening of the CAPS Bully Prevention Center — the First to Offer Direct Support and Solutions to Parents in the Long Island Metro NY Region

Child Abuse Prevention Services Legislative Breakfast on Keeping Kids Safe From Bullying and Cyber-bullying

Don McPherson, National Leader in the Prevention of Sexual Assault to Receive Award from Child Abuse Prevention Services at April 22 Benefit Luncheon in East Meadow

Brian Ferruggiari Named President of the Board of Child Abuse Prevention Services

Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS) Receives $20,000 Grant from the Newsday Charities, a fund of the McCormick Tribune Foundation

You can help prevention bullying among school-age children–volunteer at CAPS

Child Abuse Prevention Services Receives $5,000 Grant from The Slomo & Cindy Silvian Foundation

CAPS NAMED AS TOP FIVE FINALIST IN NEW YORK FOR 2nd ANNUAL CLASSY PHILANTHROPIC RECOGNITION AWARDS

10 Warning Signs a Child is Being Bullied and What Parents Can Do to Help Keep Them Safe

The Eastern Suffolk Chapter of the Long Island Board of Realtors (LIBOR) to Hold Karaoke Fundraiser to benefit Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS)

Child Abuse Prevention Services Legislative Breakfast Focused on the Link Between the Rise In Child Abuse Cases on Long Island and the Recession

NY Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy Will Be Keynote Speaker at Child Abuse Prevention Services Nassau/Suffolk Legislative Breakfast—Keeping Kids Safe From Abuse In Tough Economic Times

Child Abuse Prevention Services Recognizes Long Island Child Advocates Bradley L. Gerstman, Esq. and Verizon at Annual Benefit Luncheon

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the New York Tri-State Area Awards $12,500 to Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS)

Child Abuse Prevention Services Golf Outing Benefit on June 8th Will Honor Steve Leondis, Founder of North Hempstead Youth Program, Hoops on the Hill

Child Abuse Prevention Services Receives $20,000 Grant from Verizon to Support Internet Safety Education Programs on Long Island

Brian Turchin Elected to the Board of Directors of Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS)

Child Abuse Prevention Services Introduces cyberSMARTZ Internet Safety Program to Long Island Elementary Students

Child Abuse Prevention Services Introduces a New Program to Help Long Island Tween Girls Cope with the Ups and Downs of Friendships

Rachel Ruotolo, MD Elected to the Board of Directors of Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS)

When Going Back to School Also Means Going Back to Being Bullied: What to Do When Your Child Refuses to Go Back to School

Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS) is Making Its New Safety Rules! Activities Booklet Available at No Cost to Parents and Grandparents of Young Children

Child Abuse Prevention Services Receives Grant to Expand Its What’s Up? Girl Talk Bully Prevention Program for Middle School Girls into Long Island Elementary Schools

Are Our Children Any Safer? A Report Card on Project S.A.V.E.—NYS’s 2000 Safe Schools Against Violence in Education Act
Debate Hosted By Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS)

Susan Silverman Named President of the Board of Child Abuse Prevention Services

Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS) Seeks Volunteers to Present Its Prevention-Through- Education Programs to Long Island Students

Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS) Trains Nassau County Elementary School Guidance Counselors and Social Workers to Present Its Bully and Violence Prevention Program CAPS “Caring Kids” program helps kindergartners and first graders develop the understanding and skills necessary to live peacefully with others.

Child Abuse Prevention Services 2007 Survey Finds Students Report Drop in Bullying in Long Island Middle Schools

CAPS 2006 Survey Finds Students Less Likely To See Bullying Problem in L.I. Middle Schools

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