A riveting film produced by a North Jersey Prosecutors office on Cyberbullying makes its way around the state.

The Ocean County Human Relations Commission is hosting the airing of “Sticks and Stones” that Commission Chair Richard Biolsi says was Produced by the Bergen County Prosecutors Office.

“It is a dramatization of a cyberbullying incident that takes place over a period of days and it is extremely dramatic and extremely poignant”.

The film is part of a bullying-prevention program for parents and teachers being held at the Toms River Branch of the Ocean Count Library on Thursday December 8th.

Biolsi says they’ve also invited Supervising Assistant Prosecutor Anthony Pierro of the Ocean County Juvenile Justice Division who will explain and take questions about the State’s new anti-bullying Laws.

The program is free but the Human Relations Commission is requesting that you register for the event by going to the library website or by calling 732-349-6200. Biolsi says because of the mature nature of the film, they’re limiting the program to participants who are 18 years of age and older.

The Audience discussion will be moderated by Townsquare Media Shore News Bureau Chief Tom Mongelli and the film will be introduced by High Tech Crime Unit Supervisor Detective James Hill of the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Coordinator.

Courtesy Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office