- Most strangers are normal people who are nice, but a few may not be. Children see strangers every day in streets, in shops, at the park, and in their communities.
- Parents and carers can protect their children from suspicious strangers by teaching them about strangers and their behaviour.
- This guide is to help you make your child aware of strangers, and how to remain safe whilst out in the community.
- Greater Manchester Police have produced a series of ‘60 Second Security’ videos on simple security advice. They provide easy step-by-step tips, including advice on products and how to install and use them, helping to make you and your property that little bit safer.
- Whilst the risk posed by strangers is rare, it’s really important to make children aware of simple tips they can follow to keep themselves a little safer.
- This video on Stranger Danger is designed to highlight a few key points, to be used to help you have that important conversation with your child, pupil or class. It is aimed at aged 4 - 11 years. For parents, carers, families, teachers, schools and centres for young people to use to raise awareness and generate discussion that helps children keep safe, take a look…