Law enforcers from all across south Georgia learned more about the dangers of the internet Friday. The Lee County Sheriff's Office invited different agencies to the Albany Police Department to learn about dangers children face on the internet.
It was for professional as well as personal knowledge.
"There's parents as well and we're trying to explain to them in 30 seconds or less what could happen to their child Online. We're also teaching them about the safeties of Internet and also how they could use it in probation and parole for identifying pictures and stuff," said Sgt. Tommy Goodwin with the Lee County Sheriff's Office.
Sheriff Reggie Rachals and his office have been hosting this class for 4 years.