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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 Jun 19
A great information sheet all about Fortnite which has been created by . Some very useful key safety guidance points that parents need to know. 🎮
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STOMP Out Bullying™ Jun 18
instances skyrocket in summer months. Why? Because so does the time teens spend on devices. Do you know what to do if you are someone you know is being ? Learn more:
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Jun 15
Thanks Sam 😃
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Jun 15
Thank you Roy 😃
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Internet Matters Jun 14
Need to know the basics to and vlogging? Download our simple guide to support kids on how to do it safely:
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Jun 14
Replying to @LeicsPoliceCYPO
For more information -
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Jun 14
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“The whole thing was brilliant. Very eye opening & thought provoking. Learning about digital footprints interesting, I was not fully aware of the severity. Katie was absolutely wonderful and fully committed to her job and these sessions." feedback from E-safety input attendees
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Jun 14
Are you a parent or carer to children and young people? How much do you know about what they get upto online? Why not come along to a FREE parents E-safety session being held at Market Harborough Council Chambers on the 27th June at 5.30pm.
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Jun 13
Learning Disabilities, Autism and Internet Safety: A Guide for Parents This guide outlines some suggestions to help parents limit the risk of their child having negative experiences online and understand what action can be taken if they do.
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UK Safer Internet Jun 11
Are you a professional working with children and young people? the is on hand to help you with any of your online safety concerns
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LeicestershirePolice Jun 10
Katie, our has been delivering her inputs to parents and professionals across the county. Why not attend her latest session in on the 27th June? The sessions are free to attend and no registration needed.
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Parent Zone Jun 8
Find out about and get some practical advice for when dealing with young people in Digital Parenting magazine. order your FREE copy here:
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Jun 8
Replying to @LeicsPoliceCYPO
The session will include material created by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) and will provide parents/guardians/teachers and professionals an insight into what young people get up to online and how to protect them in the digital world.
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Jun 8
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“The whole thing was brilliant. Very eye opening & thought provoking. Learning about digital footprints interesting, I was not fully aware of the severity. Katie was absolutely wonderful and fully committed to her job and these sessions." feedback from E-safety input attendee
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Jun 8
On the 27th June at 5.30 I will be running a free parents E-safety session at the Council Chambers, Market Harborough. How much do you know about the online world and protecting your children?
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LeicestershirePolice Jun 8
It can be hard to talk to your loved one about knives, but it's even harder to never speak to them again! Listen to a loving father explain how his life has been destroyed by the murder of his 22-year-old son. ❌🔪
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Jun 7
It's impossible to know about every app that has been created, as of March 17 Android offer 2.8 million and Apple 2.2 million. From gaming, to social media to broadcasting & many more all apps can carry a number of risks. Can you spot them?
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Jun 5
Why not come along to my event at the Council Chambers and see how you can protect your children in the online world
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Jun 2
Peer pressure is a topic parents regularly ask me about and how to spot/ deal with it. Take a look at the parents guide to find out more ...
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LeicestershirePolice May 31
Today we're launching our annual campaign with support of partners across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. For more information and for help and support see our website -
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