Supt Rob Critchlow, Com­man­der, The Hills LAC

Su­per­vise and keep young peo­ple safe

Rouse Hill Times - - NEWS -

DO your bit for pub­lic safety by keep­ing your chil­dren su­per­vised. Lately we have had an in­creas­ing amount of in­ter­ac­tions with young peo­ple act­ing ob­nox­iously or vi­o­lently in pub­lic places. The com­mon fac­tor is that their par­ents need to do more to guide them prop­erly or pro­vide them ac­tiv­ity and su­per­vi­sion to re­duce the chance they will mull around pub­lic places with noth­ing pos­i­tive to do.

This can lead to con­flict with oth­ers which dis­rupts our pub­lic spa­ces. We all have a re­spon­si­bil­ity to en­sure our young peo­ple grow up safe and stim­u­lated and not in trou­ble with po­lice or be­ing in­jured in a fight. If you have chil­dren that are in a sit­u­a­tion like this please en­gage with them and pro­vide them with pos­i­tive ac­tiv­i­ties par­tic­u­larly dur­ing school hol­i­days. Let’s keep our young peo­ple safe.

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