Driving Issues with Teens in Connecticut

Teenagers gain more freedom than ever when they obtain a driver’s license. With teenagers on the road, it can make it an unsafe place for others. Some can be reckless and careless drivers which can affect other drivers. Most common cases that deal with minors have a relation to motor

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Shoplifting in Connecticut

Usually, it starts small. Maybe your child wanted a small item but didn’t have enough money to pay for it. But this can turn into a more serious situation if your child decides to shoplift. Numerous teenagers battle shoplifting, whether it was their original idea or peer pressure from other

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Fake IDs in the State of Connecticut

We’ve all been underage, impatiently waiting to turn 21 to have a drink, legally. Some people choose to take a shortcut and consume alcohol before turning 21. Having a fake ID in Connecticut can get you into bars when you are underage but could result in you getting in serious

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Bullying and Cyberbullying in Connecticut

Children have the potential to be harsh and relentless. If your child comes to you after being bullied, it can come as a shock. Parents tend to feel helpless when they realize their child is a victim of some sort of abuse at school. Throughout this page I will explain

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Webcam Safety and Prevention for Children

An issue that parents or guardians may not have worried about in the past, is the danger of webcam spying on your children’s electronics. Many people have been skeptical about whether webcam spying is possible and how common it actually is. Now, there is evidence that this is, in fact,

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Preventing and Dealing with School Bus Injuries

Accidents on school buses are rare but are still the cause of children accidents in the US. Talking to your children about safety while riding a school bus can help prevent any accidents in the future. Instead of waiting for an incident to happen, have the conversation now and periodically

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