By Joshua Rhett Miller. April 20, am Updated April 20, am. Two elementary school students in Louisiana were arrested after a girl sent nude photos of herself to a boy who then shared them on Snapchat, police said. The students at Bonnie Ecole Elementary School were arrested Wednesday after school administrators found a male student in possession of nude photographs of a female classmate.
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If your child has sent a nude, what steps should you take and what support can you expect from local agencies? Our experts provide insight on this and more about the law, sexting and tips to manage the situation. Most schools will make a judgement on whether to involve outside agencies such as the police but it is important that parents are involved in the discussions and whether support, further education or punishment is most appropriate. Each sexting incident is different and it is important that schools deal with them appropriately on a case by case basis. Many sexting incidents are now dealt with in this way. However, for more serious incidents for example, deliberately sharing an image to abuse, using the image to coerce or exploit the victim prosecution may still take place. The latter is the least likely, as most sexual images are shared via SnapChat which limits the time of visibility.
Welsh said. On Thursday night, separate community meetings were held for parents of football players and parents of other students to address the scandal, which has shocked this quiet, semirural community of 16, The team was forced to forfeit its final game of the season.
WDRB -- Police in Indiana say elementary-age children are using smartphones to share nude photos on social media. We've had some elementary children who had a group, a large group, and that was their whole purpose on Instagram and Snapchat was to trade nude pictures. It looks like a calculator, but a child can type in a passcode and find access to hidden photos. Williams also warns parents to check for fake second Instagram accounts, known as "finstas. Williams encourages parents to remind kids that there's no such thing as privacy and to tell them this:. I'm just letting you use it," Williams said.