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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.

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