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Trust Ed 2 Know

Lancashire Constabulary has launched the 'Trust Ed' website, providing a host of information and support to young people on a wide range of crime related issues from drugs and alcohol, to bullying and e-safety...

Developed in consultation with young people, Trust Ed is a one-stop shop for facts, advice and support for youngsters predominately aged 10 to 14.  It provides up-to-date information on news and issues affecting this age group and holds regular live web chats with police officers.

Trust Ed is a reliable and trusted resources that young people in the county can go to for information and advice in hop, that armed with the facts about crime and law, young people can make safer choices as they go about their everyday lives.  It aims to raise awareness of a number of difference crimes that some young people will know very little about, so that they are able to spot if they are being targeted and can look for warning signs amongst friends who may be a victim.  The site has a clear 'Need help' area which provides details of local and national services that young people can go to when they need help and support.

Visit the website, links below, to see what resources are available, and share the link with the young people you are in contact with.  There is also a version of the site which provides information to parents, carers and teachers.

Young people:

Parents, Carers and Teachers:

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