Derbyshire residents reminded to stay safe online with digital PSCO
Residents across the county are being encouraged to head online and follow Derbyshire's Digital PCSO on Twitter.
As part of the Protect Yourself Online initiative, Digital PCSO Shevani Raichura has taken to the social media site to keep people updated with all things cyber safety.
Similar to a traditional police community support officer, Digital PCSO Raichura aims to work closely with communities to offer advice, promote safety messages and reduce vulnerability, however all of it online.
As part of her role, Shevani takes to Twitter to send out daily messages around online safety and emerging scams to help keep her followers safe from cybercrime. She also supports national campaigns from partner agencies and is on hand to answer any questions that Twitter users may have.
To follow PCSO Raichura on Twitter, visit the social media site and search for @DigitalPCSO.
Click ‘follow’ on the account page and you will then be able to view all updates that are sent out, along with asking PCSO Raichura any questions.
For cybercrime prevention advice, information and support, visit the dedicated Protect Yourself Online web hub by clicking here
Here you will be able to read Digital PCSO Raichura’s latest blog post and find information on a range of topics from child sexual exploitation, to social media safety and fraud.