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Staying Safe

How can you keep you and your friends safe;

Image to show no talking

Do not talk to strangers.

Image illustrating staying in a group

Walk to and from

in groups.

Image asking you not to accept rides from strangers

Never accept a ride

from strangers.

Image showing do not accept gifts from strangers

Do not take gifts from

people you do not know.

Image shows a child/young person talking to a parent/ carer

Tell someone you trust

if someone is making

feel uncomfortable.

Image  displaying a phone

Report all suspicious behaviour

and “new adult friends”

to Parents/ Carers.

Image warning you not to take shortcuts

Never leave home without

telling your parents/carers

where you are going.

Image illustrating a child/young peron shouting for help

Shout loudly if someone

asking you to do

something you are not

happy about.

Image warning you not to take shortcuts

take shortcuts.

Always stick to

selected by parents, and

stay on main roads.

Image showing children/ young people staying together

If you go out with your

friends make sure you stay

together even if you fall out.

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