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In an emergency, or if you need urgent police assistance, you should always dial 999.
You can also report suspicious activity by contacting the police in confidence on 0800 789 321.
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Video: Atrocities in London and Manchester have sadly resulted in some of the youngest victims of terror this country has ever seen, and if we are able to teach children to act in a way which could potentially save their lives – then it is our responsibility to do so.
Advice For Parents
We appreciate that talking to young people about terrorism can be scary, for parents and children alike. But the atrocities in London and Manchester have sadly resulted in some of the youngest victims of terror this country has ever seen, and if we are able to teach children to act in a way which could potentially save their lives then it is our responsibility to do so.
We have worked closely with the NSPCC to develop practical advice to support talking sensitively to your child about terrorism.
We have collaborated with specialists in education to take terrorism safety advice into the UK’s classrooms and youth organisations for the first time.
Security experts from Counter Terrorism Policing have commissioned the creation of an animated core film designed to teach young people how to react if caught up in an a gun or knife terror attack.
The film aimed at 11 to 16 year olds will also show them what to do if they see suspicious behaviour or a suspicious item. This will be the cornerstone of teaching material, specially-designed by the PSHE Association and available to Schools and Youth organisations.
The full teaching material, lesson plans and videos are available to download.
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