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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer
Leicestershire Police Children's & Young Person's officer. Do not use Twitter to report crime, please call 999 in an emergency or 101 in a non-emergency.
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Aug 16
A great insight for on one of the most popular current games . Why not spare a couple of minutes to see if you learn anything new.
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LeicestershirePolice Aug 15
Are you under the age of 25? Got opinions of knife crime? We want as many young people as possible to complete our survey and help us establish specific areas of concern. Can you help us take on knife crime?
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Blaby Police Aug 15
PC 4220 👮🏻‍♀️ on patrol tonight in been speaking to young people and advising them on keeping them and their belongings safe when out and about enjoying local parks and play areas...now for crime enquiries 🕵️‍♀️
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CEOP Aug 15
Are you a parent with teenage children? As your teenage son or daughter's interest in relationships and sex develops, there are ways you can support them to develop their understanding, to ensure any encounters they do have are respectful and informed 👉
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Aug 14
Could you help us protect others? Here’s a great kit to help you have a conversation about cyber security over a cuppa!
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James Edmondston, Substance Misuse Officer Aug 14
(N2O) - the 2nd most popular drug of choice (after Cannabis) amongst young people. All drugs have risks, for those using N2O consider advice such as taking B12 supplements, for more info...
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Aug 13
So many people ask me and I’m sure other officers/staff within . So for all you parents/ carers wondering take a look at some tips by to help you decide
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NSPCC Aug 12
We believe should laugh and smile like these kids. That's whywe're here and we do what we do - today on and everyday. 💚
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Parent Zone Aug 11
Happy Saturday! Here are three simple tips to help encourage your child to have a positive body image!
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Aug 10
Parents/carers! We need your kids & teens to help us in our fight against knife crime. We’re looking to capture the honest opinions of young people.
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Roy Rudham Aug 9
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NSPCC Aug 9
To kids, online life is real & just like in real life, kids need your help to stay safe online. We've got range of tips and tools to help you teach your kid to be .
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Celfone Guru Aug 8
Mobile devices are only one part of kids online experience. Here’s a handy overview of the latest games consoles and their parental control settings. Ask an for more advice. ⁦
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Aug 8
Anti-Social Behaviour is defined as a nuisance or annoyance but what is annoying to one person is perfectly acceptable to another. Be considerate of your neighbours, it’s all about
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Aug 7
Parents/carers! We need your kids & teens to help us in our fight against knife crime. We’re looking to capture the honest opinions of young people about knife crime in their local area. No personal details will be taken and no contact made.
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Aug 7
Cyberbullying is using the internet, email, online games or any digital technology to threaten, tease, upset or humiliate someone else. If you are being cyber bullied don’t reply to the messages but keep them and speak to someone you trust.
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Aug 6
Great meeting this morning with Harry looking at how we can work together educating and engaging with young people. ⚽️🏓👩‍🏫
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NSPCC Aug 5
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UK Safer Internet Aug 3
'Establish good habits early on' - Screen Time advice for parents and carers
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Childnet Aug 3
Our research found that young people need 246 followers on Instagram to feel happy. Our latest blog looks at privacy setting on Instagram, and answers some privacy FAQs
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