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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

SFPD Coloring Book Warns Kids About Internet Predators

Posted By on Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 7:52 AM

click to enlarge YES, THIS IS FOR REAL.
  • Yes, this is for real.

While reporting about Castro nudists recently, a patrol specials officer told us he once used a SFPD coloring book to distract a kid who was inconsolable after seeing a naked man's pierced cock.

An SFPD coloring book? Yes, It is for real. We went ahead and requested these unreleased coloring books, and the police department's media office delivered them in a manila envelope -- they even included crayons.

So let's see what Officer Anne and Officer Andy have to say about keeping children safe from online perverts.

Here, we see Officer Andy and Officer Anne and their respective computers.

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Here Officer Andy is being solicited online and he is not happy about it. The fact he has no chair doesn't help.

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Then, the predator goes after Officer Anne. Good thing she has no fingers to type a response or this could get ugly.

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Officer Andy learns safety Rule 3: turn off the computer when sent obscene messages.

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Now Anne is told she shouldn't accept gifts or money online. No sugar daddy needed here. Beyonce would be proud.

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The kiddie officers then learn to teach their parents how to use the computer. The fact "Dad" bears an uncanny resemblance to an online predator himself goes unmentioned.

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People in chat rooms have started taking Andy's name for their own. Never a good sign.

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Little do the online predators know, Officer Anne's got some major pipes.

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And lastly, no "secret friends." That's probably good advice for adults, too.

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