Related News: Juvenile advocate guilty in child sex assault

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. WSFA published an article titled Juvenile advocate guilty in child sex assault.

MOBILE, Ala. (AP) – An employee of the juvenile court’s Youth Advocacy Program has been found guilty of sodomizing two teenage girls.

Sherman Tate appeared in court Thursday and was acquitted of a rape charge. Both girls were students at Mobile’s Point Academy, a school for troubled youth, when the assaults occurred in 2010. The girls testified that 38-year-old Tate had assaulted them on several occasions.

Source: WSFA

Protecting Children in Cyberspace (Article)

Protecting Children in Cyberspace is an article written by Greg Price (Director of the Alabama Computer Forensics Institute) that was published in a 2011 edition of Healthy Horizons Magazine. It provides an overview of why individuals should be concerned about how youth use the Internet. The link is also included in our Resources page.