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Safe4Me News Update

As part of our continued commitment to support our parents/carers and young people during this difficult time we have attached links to useful information and resources from expert partner organisations.

Colour & Display Campaign:

As a creative way of reminding and reassuring children that the police are there to help them and keep their community safe, we are encouraging children to colour in or decorate our posters of Bobby Panda, Ni-nah the Police Van or our Police Officers, displaying their artistic work in windows for local officers to see.

Parent-Info: Collaboration from CEOP and ParentZone for parents.




CEOP & ThinkUknow: National Crime Agency Online Safety Command & Education Service.  In its commitment to support to professionals, children and their families, ThinkUknow has now released its second #OnlineSafetyAtHome education packs for children 4 – 14+ years to share with parents and carers.


Receiving Unwanted Nudes: advice for teens



Fraud and Scams Linked to Covid-19: In light of the heightened risk of fraud and cybercrime as a by-product of COVID-19, Action Fraud and other fraud protection agencies provide updated alerts and guidance.



NSPCC CASPAR: Safeguarding Protection Newsletter


  • NSPCC online hub for parents & carers: information about keeping children safe from abuse, children home alone, parents working from home, and supporting conversations with children anxious about coronavirus.