The following law enforcement officials were in attendance at the Cleveland Indians game: Cuyahoga County Sheriff Bob Reid, Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey, Adams County Sheriff Kimmy Rogers, Warrensville Heights Police Chief Bill Jelenic and police and sheriff representatives from North Olmsted, Gates Mills, Rocky River, Bay Village, Lorain County Sheriff, Case Western Reserve, and Cuyahoga Heights. Shaq Shield is a free i Phone app that provides parents with the tools and knowledge they need to protect their children from online predators.
Cuyahoga county sex offender website
Ohio’s Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCI & I), in conjunction with Offender Watch and Mindgrab Media, is providing support for the Shaq Shield.
Shaquille O'Neal said, “Community and parents are the best defense against Internet predators.
The app will expand to other mobile devices in the future.
The Shaq Shield offers the first law enforcement-approved Sex Offender Registry on an i Phone.
Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force partners were recognized on the field as Prosecutor Mason threw out the game’s first pitch at Progressive Field. Project Shaq Shield is encouraging parents to take ownership of their children's Internet activities.