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Margaret Fullerton Dec 21
Please spread this message far and wide. Little ones love to put things in their mouths, especially shiny dangerous things like button batteries. Please help educate friends and families.
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Dr Fatima Skiba Qalandarie Jan 8
Brilliant news!!😀 Our lovely teachers n Headteachers completed 5 days “intensive teachers’ training” in city!! ✔️mandatory skills and concepts and teaching methods✔️ Thank you teachers 4 attending in spite of long n hard journeys🙏
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💧Simon Rosenberg Jan 14
Replying to @Peter_Fox59
Just to be clear, this is not 'defying' the law - as if the bishops were social justice campaigners. This is *breaking* a law designed to protect children from predators. .
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Mirabel Centre(SARC) Jan 14
Just looking through last year’s data and we noticed that the we had 102 new sexual assault cases in July and a 100 in August. These were the highest numbers last year.
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Aboriginal Health in Aboriginal Hands ❤️💛🖤 Dec 17
NACCHO Aboriginal Children's Health and Community-led solutions will improve Aboriginal child safety promote community-building, togetherness, health and wellbeing and health promotion activity
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Crime Stoppers - London Elgin Middlesex 🇨🇦 Dec 9
Please use common sense and properly secure children in their - it’s the law...even if they can wield the ☺️
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Linda Mpete Dec 13
Haibo. I can only imagine the anguish you went through. Don't these people know that should be the order of the day. They must account for their irresponsible behaviour. Ngeke phela
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Bharath Reddy Dec 18
Accidental consumption of poisonous liquids is common, especially if it is stored in bottles of daily consumption. You cannot control the curiosity of your child, but you have control over your child's safety. Stay vigilent
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Mirabel Centre(SARC) Jan 14
Replying to @MirabelCentreNG
Out of these 202 cases, 169 were minors under the age of 18. An interesting angle to this is, this was during the school holidays! Are homes safe for our children?
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Pasco Sheriff Dec 19
Teach your children the importance of buckling up. Buckle up together and Arrive Alive together!
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Shmira of Brooklyn Dec 26
This weeks Safety Tip: Make sure your children are actively supervised when leaving the house. This week is sponsored by . To sponsor a Shabbos please call our office at 718.871.0000 ext 5-2 or email shabbosPatrol@cwspshmira.org
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Boughton Police Nov 6
Parking and stopping - Cherry Grove primary school. Selfish individuals are still parking inconsiderately when doing the school run, children’s safety must come first, allow plenty of time if you are travelling by car and park at a safe distance from school.
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Lisa Ling 📎 Dec 29
For everyone thinking of getting a Ring device in your home... don’t! Accessing data & money is goal, security & customer protection not prioritized. Your zero. Corporations r not out for your interests. They cant, laws don’t allow it.
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CPRWrap Nov 26
Updating your infant and child safety supplies or baby proofing the house? Get a and be prepared to perform CPR at a moments notice, because a life is the most precious thing on earth.
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Priti Patkar Dec 5
While discussing v need 2 talk affordable .Where r the centres 4 kids in . should create spaces 4 4 kids of women daily wage workers, unorganised sector discussing
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Child Safety Link Dec 19
There have been numerous product lately due to drawstrings in children's outerwear. Click here for more info:
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Jason Silverman Dec 26
This is a huge issue that people need to take seriously. These magnets can cause serious injuries in kids. Protection agencies need to step in to protect children. Spread the word!
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Apoorva Rao@ SP Wanaparthy Nov 21
Police interaction with children to foster trust and improve public safety.
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Institute for Childhood Preparedness Dec 16
: Plan your emergency driving route. Know which roadways will be off-limits during a storm, and choose safer roadways.
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Sparkbrook Police Nov 29
Please do not park on the yellow zig zags outside the school. They are there for the safety of the children. If we do catch you parking on the zig zags we will be issuing you with a fine and 3 points on your licence
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