“Cyberbullying” Flyer Now Available for LAW Publications Partners

January 16, 2023


Carrollton, TX -- LAW Publications’ newest flyer titled “Cyberbullying” is now available for law enforcement departments.

“Cyberbullying” will be the seventh new flyer the company has introduced since 2021, keeping with the company’s commitment to provide timely material addressing the topics faced by the over 600 law enforcement agencies throughout the country that partner with LAW Publications each year.

“We pride ourselves on responding to the needs of our partner departments,” said Mary Conley, LAW Publications President. “Cyberbullying is an area increasingly affecting our teenagers, and this flyer gives departments a versatile tool for addressing this issue.”

The subject of Cyberbullying is growing as the proliferation of digital devices and platforms is ever-increasing. In 2019, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, nearly 16% of high school students reported experiencing cyberbullying, and many students never report the bullying they witness or experience.

LAW Publications’ combination of modern design with timely information is intended to be approachable and interesting to teenagers, providing quality information in a quick-to-digest format. 

Parents, teachers, counselors, administrators, and anyone that interacts with tweens and teens will find valuable information to raise their awareness for recognizing, preventing, and responding to instances of cyberbullying.

For a limited time, for the rest of January, LAW Publications is making a digital preview available to interested law enforcement agencies. Visit our Product Catalog to request your preview today.

About LAW Publications: LAW Publications has been dedicated to supporting law enforcement community engagement and education efforts for over forty years. Partnering with over 500 agencies and almost 10,000 local businesses across the country, we provide industry leading educational materials to help build safer communities. Visit to learn more.



972-387-4733 x111

Stay in the loop!

Get the latest officer spotlights, LAW enforcement resources, and community insights delivered directly to your inbox.

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.