SAFETY ADVICE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
You have probably heard lots of people talking about terrorism recently. Attacks have happened in Manchester and London this year and a number of people, including children, have sadly died or been injured as a result.
We know that events like the Manchester attack can be scary, but it’s important to know that such attacks are thankfully rare and there are lots of people – including the police – doing a great job keeping you and your families safe.
But even though the chances of being caught up in an event like Manchester are very small indeed, special police officers – with a helping hand from young people like you – have been working to create advice which will help keep you safe in the unlikely event you are caught in an attack. This advice will teach you to RUN if you can, HIDE if you cannot run away, and TELL the police or parents only when you are a safe distance away from danger.