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Christian County Sheriff Kettelkamp Says Stand Up To Bullying

With Wednesday's school shooting at Mattoon High School many are reminded of one of the key elements in many school shootings, bullying. According to Teen's Against Bullying, this year 13 million students will be bullied, which is nearly one of every four students.
Christian County Sheriff Bruce Kettelkamp says one of the types of bullying his office sees regularly is cyber-bullying, which can have major consequences by those on the receiving end of the bullying. He recalled the story of a young girl, who was cyber bullied to the point of committing suicide, and some of the things she was told on social media.
Kettelkamp reminds everyone that bullying can come from anybody, as well as what kind of things constitute bullying.
Kettelkamp urged that should you see bullying, to do your part to stop the bullying.
Christian County Sheriff Bruce Kettelkamp appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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