Right Click scheme to host 600 school e-safety workshops

SecEd | 24 April 2014

A three-year initiative to train and support teachers and parents to help keep children safe online has been unveiled. The Right Click campaign is being run by UNICEF UK and BT and will involved “train the teacher” sessions as well as workshops for parents and their children. It will revolve around spreading practical ideas and tools for broaching the topic of internet safety with both primary and secondary aged children.  

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Knock Knock– Make Sure You Know Who's There Campaign Targets Doorstep Crime

15 April 2014

Police Scotland and partners including Trading Standards Officers today, Monday April 7, launch a major national campaign to help beat doorstep crime. Doorstep crime consists of two main separate types of offences, bogus callers and rogue traders, both of which can have a devastating effect if you fall victim to them.  

To assist with this, Police Scotland has launched the ‘Nominated Neighbour Scheme’, which aims to foster local support for those who choose to not answer their door to cold-callers. Further information on this scheme can be found on the Police Scotland website or by calling your local Community Policing team on 101.

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