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Pam Kudla

Crisis Intervention Specialist

Meriden Youth Services Bureau

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Crisis Intervention Specialist

Meriden Youth Services


Meriden Police Department


Crisis Intervention Specialist


Web References(4 Total References)


Internet task force: Online safety for children

www.ctpta.com [cached]

"I think it's a great program for awareness," said Pam Kudla, crisis intervention specialist working with the Meriden Police Department and the Meriden Youth Services Bureau.
"It's a whole curriculum. We'll go through a lot of information verbally, the do's and don'ts. When they complete it, they get a certificate." The program is designed to target fifth-grade students but Kudla said it is expected to expand to junior high school and high school students. "It's so much more involved than people realize," said Kudla, who worked with Meriden children vic-timized online.


forums.ctrecord.com

MERIDEN - Pamela Kudla, a crisis intervention specialist with the Meriden Youth Service Bureau, told about 50 parents of city middle and high school students...


Calendar of Events

www.rushfordcenter.org [cached]

Pam Kudla, Crisis Intervention Specialist, Meriden Youth Services
THIS EVENT IS SPONSORED BY the MERIDEN CITYWIDE PARENT TEACHER ORGANIZATION


Internet task force: Online safety for children

www.ctpta.org [cached]

"I think it's a great program for awareness," said Pam Kudla, crisis intervention specialist working with the Meriden Police Department and the Meriden Youth Services Bureau.
"It's a whole curriculum. We'll go through a lot of information verbally, the do's and don'ts. When they complete it, they get a certificate." The program is designed to target fifth-grade students but Kudla said it is expected to expand to junior high school and high school students. "It's so much more involved than people realize," said Kudla, who worked with Meriden children vic-timized online.


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