Internet safety talk to be held in Letchworth tomorrow night backed by police
AN internet safety talk is being held in Letchworth GC tomorrow (February 9) by the North Herts Crime Prevention Panel.The event, which is in support of Safer Internet Day, will take place at Howard Hall from 7pm. Parents, teaching staff, youth group lea
AN internet safety talk is being held in Letchworth GC tomorrow (February 9) by the North Herts Crime Prevention Panel.
The event, which is in support of Safer Internet Day, will take place at Howard Hall from 7pm. Parents, teaching staff, youth group leaders and child care workers from across North Herts are welcome.
The talk will be delivered by one of the Crime Prevention Panel volunteers - who is an employee of IBM and a Chartered IT Professional.
Paul Jagger, North Herts Crime Prevention Panel's vice chairman said: "Internet safety, particularly where children are concerned, is vitally important. Understanding how to protect children online can be difficult and we hope this event will help.
"The talk will be informative and engaging and there will be a chance to ask questions, so please do come along and find out more."
To reserve your place, please email the North Herts Crime Prevention Panel at email@example.com
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If you would like to know more about North Herts Crime Prevention Panel and their work in partnership with Hertfordshire Constabulary and Neighbourhood Watch, please visit their website at www.hertscrimeprevention.com