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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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School Liaison Lead Oct 17
Can we share this far and wide? The police are here to keep you safe. Don't make children scared of us!
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LeicestershirePolice Oct 10
Let’s make this clear… 📢 boys can be victims of grooming! Have concerns about someone you know? Visit our website for advice and support.
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LeicestershirePolice Oct 4
Are you a parent of a young person who struggles with understanding social cues? Young people living with autism can sometimes struggle to identify exploitative behaviour online. Visit our website for help and support ->
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Blaby Police Oct 4
PCSOs 6500, 6176 and 6641 have had further training for providing talks and workshops in schools around the subject of drugs and alcohol. Thank you to for delivering this.
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UK Safer Internet Oct 3
From privacy to parental controls - resources for parents and carers who want to know more about gaming.
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Oct 3
Thank you again to John from & Zoe from for assisting with continued professional development training to our schools PCSO’s helping to professionalise our substance misuse offer across LLR.
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UK Safer Internet Oct 1
77% of young people said that they want their parents and carers to support them online. See our top tips for parents on how to keep your children safe online.
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Wayne Denner Sep 30
Are you struggling when it comes to technology in the home and everyday Online Life for your Children? Get a FREE copy of our new resource with my 10 handy tips
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LeicestershirePolice Sep 29
Young people with learning difficulties may be kept from conversations about sex because they aren’t perceived to have sexual identities. This is not true. Having frank conversations about sex with your child can help protect them from sexual exploitation.
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Lboro Uni Police Sep 28
Look after yourself, your friends and your neighbours during and during your entire time at University.
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Sep 28
Thanks Roy 😀
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Sep 28
Thanks Sam 😀
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Sep 28
Happy Friday! As a parent or professional do you feel you need to increase your knowledge around social media apps? Why not take a look at -
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LeicestershirePolice Sep 23
Teens who feel isolated often use social media to make friends. For vulnerable teens who have learning disabilities, especially those who are very trusting, this can mean missing warning signs for controlling behaviour. Visit
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Sep 21
Thank you Roy, have a great weekend
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LeicestershirePolice Sep 19
*Trigger Warning* - grooming + violence. Rated 15. , a film about murdered teen, Breck Bednar is to be rolled out with further resources to schools. 📽️👀the trailer & read ➡️
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Sep 18
Are you under the age of 25 or know someone that is? Got opinions of knife crime? We want the honest opinions of young people.... Can you help us take on knife crime?
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Sep 14
Thank you to & for assisting with training to our schools PCSO’s helping to professionalise our substance misuse offer across LLR.
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Katie Hudson, Children and Young Person's Officer Sep 11
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LeicestershirePolice Sep 10
A new campaign called is being launched to help prevent suicide by raising awareness of the risks and showing what support is available.
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