Rochdale kids taught rail safety

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Chil­dren in Rochdale aged be­tween 10 and 11 have been taught about the dan­gers and con­se­quences of mis­be­hav­ing on pub­lic trans­port, as part of a joint pro­gramme put to­gether by the lo­cal author­ity and of­fi­cers from Greater Manch­ester Po­lice.

The ses­sions formed part of the Trav­elSafe Part­ner­ship’s pro­gramme of en­gage­ment with the com­mu­nity, in or­der to help tackle and un­der­stand the is­sues and root causes of anti-so­cial be­hav­iour on pub­lic trans­port.

Or­gan­ised by Child Safety Me­dia, the events also fea­tured ses­sions from sev­eral other agen­cies such as the Bri­tish Trans­port Po­lice and St John’s Am­bu­lance.

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