BRENTWOOD -- In the wake of a "sexting" case earlier this month involving a handful of middle schoolers, Brentwood police are offering another training seminar to help parents become savvier about what their child is up to online.

Brentwood Police Department in conjunction with Brentwood Union School District will hold a presentation on the do's and don'ts of using social media 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 3 in the theater at Edna Hill Middle School, 140 Birch St., Brentwood.

The talk is for adults only because some of the content is of a sensitive nature.

A police officer will discuss topics related to protecting young people from cyberbullying and Internet predators including "sexting," access to account passwords, the effects of misusing social media and state law.

-- Rowena Coetsee