What is Keep Safe Club?
Leicestershire Police’s Keep Safe Club aims to introduce and reinforce key safety messages to primary school children aged 7 to 11 in a fun, interactive and age appropriate manner.
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Who is it run by?
The workshop is conducted by police officers and PCSOs in order to build a positive relationship with the police and increase understanding of what the police do.
What topics will be covered?
The workshop aims to give the children the skills to report incidents with the knowledge that they will be taken seriously, and inspire confidence in their interactions with the police. We also explore what it means to be a good citizen by promoting positive behaviours in the community while developing an understanding of personal responsibility.
We look at raising awareness of personal safety, including safer use of the internet, and encourage critical thinking skills towards their online behaviour. This is done alongside aiming to develop personal safety awareness giving the children confidence, and the tools needed, to stay safe when presented with risky situations.
How long does the workshop take?
The workshop requires around half a day to deliver and can be provided for a single class at a time or larger groups, such as a whole year group. We can also deliver to other youth groups that cover the same age range, such as Brownies and Cubs and the time can be adjusted to suit.
I'm interested in booking a workshop. How do I contact you?
It couldn't be easier to register your interest in a workshop. Fill in the online booking form below.
On submitting the booking form below, a date will be confirmed and booked providing you with the details of the officer(s) who will be conducting your workshop. Wherever possible it will be officers from your local team who deliver your sessions.
If your school or group has any additional special requirements, please email use the special requirements section in the form below.
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