Pupils learn about the thin blue line

CRIME WORKSHOP Pupils from Cawley Lane School took part in a crime and consequences workship learning about the danger of drugs and weapons.

CRIME WORKSHOP Pupils from Cawley Lane School took part in a crime and consequences workship learning about the danger of drugs and weapons.

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Children learned about the importaqnce of staying on the right side of the law at a workshop at Cawley Lane School.
The year six pupils were given a talk by Waseem Riaz from Kirklees Faith Network on criminal records bureau (CRB) checks, and youth services officer PC Peter Whitehouse spoke on the dangers of drugs, being influenced by peer pressure, joining gangs, and getting involved in knife crime.

The project was run by the UK Ambassadors Scheme, West Yorkshire Police and the Kirklees Faith Network, and is expected to take place in other local schools.